Best Western Ramkota Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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I thought after I had successfully visited Yellowstone and made it through the high elevations (over 8,500 feet) that the tough part was over. I was wrong; very wrong. I had no idea the challenge that the Big Horn Mountains would present. When I looked at the map, there were three routes through the Big Horns, and the most southern route looked …
... had stopped and was aiming a camera high on a cliff over our truck. We stopped and were able to get a photo as well.
From there we headed to the Wildlife Loop and a series of back gravel roads cutting across the loop. We saw several prong horn antelope (some with babies), two bison (one right beside the truck), and probably 25 deer (about half with fawns), a prairie dog town with lots of residents, and one 2” long turtle. One of the fawns ...
... is going to be a major fail. Aaron notices some Buffalo/Byson in the distance and we grab our camera out and try to get a good shot, however it’s just out of a zoom range and the photo isn’t too clear. So we keep driving in hope for more. We then come across a deer which was a whole lot closer so I grab some shots of it. We pass a car that says to us that there are Buffalo/Byson in about 0.5mile so we are in luck. We get there and come over the top ...
... a scene that's burnt into my memory. Pitt and Sheffer are flyfishing in the Blackfoot River, basically coming up empty. Sheffer splits off to go find their father; Tom Skerritt sits under the shade of trees smiling up at him. They talk a bit, then Sheffer asks him if he's caught anything. Skerritt opens his wicker basket, and shows two or three large trout; Sheffer shakes his head as Skerritt keeps smiling. I ...
... has been excavated. It will be interesting to compare this picture to the one we took in 2003. We headed south on 16/385 for Wind Cave National Park, but somehow missed the turn off, which was a bonus, because we ended up in Custer State Park. We spent the afternoon enjoying a beautiful scenic drive, taking pictures of wildlife, mountains and rock formations. We thought we’d stop in at the lodge ...