Americas Best Value Inn Powell
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... re here for two days! Had dinner at the Lake View Restaurant. We sat with some wonderful people. Fanny & Dr. Leong Chua from Vancouver. Michael , toxicologist & Mary also fr Vancouver. Very smart , seasoned travelers. Ann & John Ayd, from San Diego , retired teachers. Very nice people. Took the shuttle back to room to really relax for another big ...
... and water produced a smell of rotten eggs and this lasted the entire day. After this walk, we went to see the Old Faithful geyser. This geyser erupts every 90 minutes and can reach amazing heights. We spent the first few minutes walking around the gift shop and then we made our way to the viewpoint. Like clockwork, we saw the water erupt. Once we returned to the coach we continued to drive around the park and headed towards our next stop where we were ...
... that toured China. This guy played the mandolin and fiddle. The third band member got a PHD from Arizona State in Music and played the bass guitar. These guys played cowboy songs - some I knew but some from the early 1900's. They also played rodeo songs - George Strait. They finished with God Bless America. These guys were good. It was an excellent show - worth the price of the ticket along. We got feed for free!!
After the show we headed to ...
... we had done the laundry and re-packed the van we were very hungry. We looked for a restaurant to have lunch at but were not finding much so we decided to give Taco John's a try. It was a totally acceptable lunch stop and Dad enjoy having a Taco Bell-like meal.
From here we headed West toward Powell through Big Horn National Wilderness Area. As we began our ascent into the park we ...
... I arrived in Cody after dark, and my GPS was confused, so I had to rely on my iPhone for the correct directions. At some point in the dark, I hit a bump that was not well marked, and I am thinking at that point that my plastic buckles broke, because when I finally found the correct house, the backpack was hanging not quite to the ground with only the duct tape holding it on. Thanks goodness for friends who could help me fix it and proceed ...