Best Western Pioneer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Day 1; Stop 3; Lusk, Wyoming Greeted by a deer on the side of the road (still deep in the city, surprisingly) and the sunset over the Rocky Mountains we moved on to our next destination. Never have I seen such an incredible sunset. Vibrant streaks of pink, purple, yellow, orange, and blue painted the sky, softly touching the peaks of the mountains …
... Rte 2) to loop around the southern edge of a section of the badlands that we had not seen. As we passed through Buffalo Gap, pop. 321, with dirt streets, we saw a sign the road was closed ahead. We drove about 25 miles through the prairie before we came to an Indian Reservation sign and then the road closure right at the reservation line. So we had to back track 12 miles to the nearest cross road that led anywhere. By that time we had run out of time to see any of the SD badlands so ...
Triangle 4 Cafe. Decent food. Typical western flare. Tried Rocky Mountain Oysters for the first time. Can't compare them to anything; not terrible, just different.
My mother is still very uncomfortable. She finally ended up taking her helmet ...
... able to get a great picture of the Sports Authority Field. We finally arrived in beautiful Colorado Springs at 11:30 am. We're staying 3 nights at the Goldfield RV Park off Hwy 24 W on 26th Street. Cost: $112.00 for 3 nights with Good Sam's. Passport America cannot be used until after Labor Day. It's a small park but we were able to get a drive through site - other parks were full. After lunch we decided ...
... the mama buffalo with their cute little calfs, and the single yearling buffalo, one after another. Then at the end was the majestic master of the herd, the huge and mighty bull. Wow, was all we could say. It was Fantastic!
But wait, there was more. Just a turn down the road was another herd right along the road, we were blessed, and grateful. But wait, there was more. Groups of Antelope, some with horns and ...