A Wyoming Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... became "stone wood." Grand Canyon of Yellowstone- the Yellowstone River flows through the canyon and forms two large water falls. There are also orange, yellow, and red colors on the mountains surrounding the water. Grand Prismatic Spring- Yellowstone's largest hot spring. It has a deep-blue color in the middle of the pool, but then it's surrounded by rings of yellow and orange, which are actually made up of bacteria (thermophiles). Old Faithful- we all know ...
... s! No rules about towing here!!! It was quite late when we finally reached our night stop at Cody - home of William Cody, or Buffalo Bill - and found our motel. We drove back into town to find some dinner and were confronted with the biggest population of cowboys and cowgirls I have ever seen!!! Cody has rodeos every night at this time of year and because it was Saturday I think every hick from a hundred miles away had come to town! We went into a big hotel in the main street and ...
... Our first stop in Wyoming was the Vore Buffalo Jump. This is a sink hole that the Native Americans used to trap buffalo. They are currently doing extensive excavating of the area. We stopped here in 2008 and since then the area has been commercialize complete with gift shop and money collectors. We were disappointed to see the changes.
Our next stop was Devil's Tower. We have passed the ...
... unpacked the sandwiches, fruit, cookies and Snapple I had packed earlier that morning at our campsite in Cody. Lacey gave up chasing whatever it was she had been sniffing and sat patiently, waiting for her share of my lunch. She never got it!
All of a sudden her ears went up along with her hackles and she began to bark. She has distinctive barks for certain situations and I immediately recognized her “don’t look now but there ...
... I like those odds.
When we returned to the hotel at 6 PM, Beamer let us know that it was well past his dinner time, and he gobbled up his food like he had not eaten in days. Poor guy. After getting back and having dinner, we settled in for the night. Tomorrow is the drive to Salt Lake City, our way-point on the route to Arches and Canyonlands National Parks in southern Utah.
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