Best Western Pioneer
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Wow, we are 30 days in to our trip as of today. We have driven about 5,000 miles, and through 13 states. We have only had about 30 minutes of rain while we were driving. And, we have had rain one night while we slept.
This morning, we left the RV park in Jackson, WY, and headed north through the Grand Teton National Park. We saw our first …
... on single carriage roads which was handy to get the miles in. The highlight of the day was a visit to the Badlands National park - what an awesome place and the sun was hot. This is coboy country. As we left to go to Sturgis a massive thunderstorm hit us and we all got rather wet and cold, so decided to head to the hotel in Mt Rushmore early which was nice for change.
Most of us seemed to have found out own little riding groups.Ours ...
... quite late toward the Black Hills area of South Dakota. It rained as we were leaving but it didn't last long thank heavens. We saw antelope along the way and listen to tunes on our new speakers...much better in deed.
It was a pretty desolate drive. Not many people live in this part of the world. Along the way we stopped to see a historic site along the Oregon Trail. This is the best location along the trail where ...
Another week is nearly at an end. Our stay here in Casper has provided a different perspective of our American West.
Usually, wherever we stay, we see a couple of the area's attractions, museums, college campus or historic area of the city. The attraction this week has been the absolute beauty of the land.
... going and not waste such a beautiful sunny day. We headed to Pikes Peak. Cost: $12.00/person to enter Pikes National Park. The road to get there wound through gorgeous red rock cliffs. The ride to the top of the peak was exciting yet scarey - the higher you go, the less guardrails there seems to be. We made one stop at 12,941' altitude where we took a selfie overlooking the valley. I managed to hike a ...