Americas Best Value Inn Torrington
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
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Steve being the time Nazi that he is told the group he was leaving at 7:30 a.m. At 7:35 a.m. as half the group were exiting the restaurant they'd just had breakfast in, Steve takes off leaving them behind. The 4 cars following us drove another beautiful, windy road out of the hills. We stopped twice, once for the buffalo to cross the …
... from the late 1700's and pictographs from Native Americans who inhabited or traveled through this area. A fence surrounded some of the cliffs, but not all of it. Any photos I took were of those names and dates during the covered wagon period in the early 1850's.
Our next stop was only a mile or so away where the covered wagon wheels had cut deep "ruts" into the soft sandstone. I was surprised that the "ruts" were so large and deep, and because they were in ...
The people steadily flowed in to the renovated meeting room in downtown Mitchell. Our supporters Jeff and Somer Pieper, and Jeff's mother, Joan Pieper, put together a lunchtime campaign event for us that was very well attended and much appreciated.
Hats off to Matt Larsen, who has spearheaded a lot of the renovation and entrepreneurial additions to Mitchell. We believe we were the first, or at least one of the first, events to ...
Up bright and early, a quick breakfast and then bags and bike packed and we were out of Dodge! Waved goodbye to Walter and Sim as they headed due north and we were headed south east. Rode through Lead to Newcastle (believe it or not it was a coal mining town) Stopped for lunch in a step ford wife town in the middle of nowhere called Wright. Toothless lady (called herself a ...
Final day in Sturgis, We spent the night before planning and cleaning, then went into Sturgis on the bus to spend the day looking at the stalls and getting those final few essential things, like Canadian flag patches, matching Tattoos, and then found a Women's of Harley stand so Gypsy learnt gears and how to pick a bike up. We were really overwhelmed by the number of people at Sturgis. The official opening of the event was two days ago and we thought it was busy ...