Best Western Inn At Sundance
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and then left.
Last year we got caught in one of the worst hailstorms in local memory… the Jeep still bears some of the marks. The fog wasn’t nearly so bad as we made our way back to Sundance and the campground.
Right now it is still foggy, rainy and the temperature is dropping. It is supposed to be cold tomorrow and 1-3 inches of snow is expected for Thursday. We will be in South Dakota by then, don’t know if we will outrun it or not. ...
... next season... what a bummer! Hope it will be picked up by another network.
Got some pictures of some great bronze statues in Buffalo, added them to some from Cody and they are below.
Arrived in Sundance this afternoon... the home of the Sundance Kid, Butch Cassidy's pal. Going to Devil's Tower tomorrow and through the town of Aladdin, population 15, and which ...
... We made it out of the Oh My God Mountains just fine. We drove to Moorcroft WY and checked into our hotel and then went on to Devil's Tower. Andrew was right it was worth seeing. It is a mammoth formation. We were so lucky the weather was perfect so the pictures are amazing! What a difference a blue sky makes! There are many theories how Devil'sTower formed. One is that it is the neck of an extinct volcano. Others think it is a ...
... s Fantiscritti Quarry, the source of Michelangelo’s marble. The sculpture’s stone base comes from the Crazy Horse Memorial in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Over 20 tribes consider the Tower to be a sacred place. This was the location Where White Buffalo Calf Woman delivered the ﬁrst sacred pipe to the Lakota The Circle of Sacred Smoke represents a puff of smoke from a ceremonial pipe used by Native American people."
... these Western women especially. They are kind and have a 'Can-Do'attitude that I can relate to. I finally made it to Devil's Tower about 7 pm...I am staying at my first KOA...expensive but worth it for the water pressure in the showers!!!! Much needed I might add! I picked a sweet location...put my tent up with the front door to the TOWER...and had just enough time to make it to the movie of the night..."Close Encounters of theThird Kind". Turns out to ...