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We left Jackson Wyoming at 6:15 AM and headed to Devil's Tower. We got to DT at 3:32 PM. We walked around DT and enjoyed its beauty. Photos below.
We lunched at the Eggington in Casper. It was so so. Nothing to rave about like the woman who recommended it. It's a breakfast and lunch only restaurant.
We finally made it to Custer at 7:15 ...
Custer State Park and Crazy Horse
The smoke is still so thick in the air out here in Colorado and Wyoming that it bLocks the scenery that surrounds us. Reminds me of the Carl Sandburg poem 'The fog comes on little cat feet.'
Woke up this morning in Cheyenne- Wyoming with the wind gusting at over 35 mph. Perhaps it will clear the smoke. We hIt the road about 9 and headed north on a straight open road to ...
... famous for having free roaming buffalo herds. After lunch we drove round the wildlife loop and saw lots of them. For safety you can't get out where they are as they will stampede if alarmed. We did open the bus door though to take photos of them, they were very close to the road. We also saw more prairie dogs, deer, eagles and long horned cows. We then drove to a very pretty lake, the plan was to go for a hike and then have a swim, but we couldn't find ...
... creation of the monument. While waiting for the evening program I commented on the southern accent behind me and we struck up a conversation with four young ladies. They were Cooperative Extension Ag Agents in the area for a conference and agricultural tour. We talked about our 4-H background for a bit. It was quite a coincidence.
With all this city stuff the only critters were a red squirrel in the campground that distracted Tex so much he could not do ...
... the low 70's. Not a bad day, but not the day we ended up having. As we hit the short stretch of I-94W, the rain picked up a little along with the wind. We just slowed down a little to be safe and made it to the infamous road of nothingness US-85S. Heading south this time back to the beauty of the Black Hills of South Dakota.
For the next 60 miles to Bowman, ND the rain would pickup and let off, but the temperature never ...