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... as I was confident that the problem would sort itself out. I was taking the advice of a friend and client of mine Anny Slegten, who teaches that if you have a Plan B you are already subconsciously committing to it, and I was sticking to my Plan A!
The secondary highway I was on wound its way alternatively north and west until we crossed into Wyoming and picked up I-20 at Casper. As we turned northbound, with the Grand Teton range on our left there was a ...
... of about 10,000 people. It has a quaint downtown area with some old and new buildings. Many shops take advantage of Cody being a gateway to Yellowstone and also the towns founder, William J Cody. We ate lunch at a Mexican restaurant that we will not mention. The service was poor, the food was poor, but the owner personally apologized and comped our entire meal. Moving on... Our next stop was the Buffalo Bill Museum. It is considered to be one of the best ...
... fields on the left. At mile 60 we came to Park City and took another rest break. Because we had a big breakfast so late, we’d told the staff not to bother with lunch; we’d just have a couple snack breaks and eat when we got into Laurel. It was pretty hot by the time we reached Park City at about 12:30, and we were glad to stop at a mini-mart/café and have an ice cream bar and re-fill ...
... back, we saw that he was! I took several pictures and was reminded of the statistic the Indian woman told us that the only surviving American horse from this battle was Comanche, a Cavalry Captain's horse. Maybe the horse on the hill was remembering his ancestors too.
On the way home, we could see a rain storm moving south of us and I was able to take some cool pictures. The ...
... ass!! lol.
One of the items on my bucket list has always been to see Mt Rushmore... this amazxing huge carving of four Presidents in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Then to add to that, I was told about the carving of Crazy Horse that was being build that was going to be even bigger than Mt Rushmore. Ok, so whoever the was guy who picked the spot for the Crazy Horse one, ... sure got it right! it is an amazing sight and when it is all ...