Best Western Sheridan Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... to the interstate on a heavy fog closed in. After driving on the interstate for several miles the fog lifted but the weather remained dreary.
After a successful trip to Walmart in Gillette leaving with a Keurig ( tired of instant coffee) and an otter box for my IPad ( tired of carrying it around in my hand) we headed west on to Sheridan. ...
... cute towns like Dayton, Buffalo Bill (I'm sure this was the town's name) and Greybull as well as the Buffalo Bill Dam. While we didn't visit the Dam, which looked like a popular activity, we passed through the tunnel by the Dam. This was cool as the sides hasn't been concreted, we were just driving through the cut rock. We stopped at Greybull to see the address of wherever we were staying that night. As Wayne checked ...
... stopped at the Custer/Little Big Horn battlefield. They have a veterans cemetery there that has a lot of Indian fighters buried there. Also a few others. We took the tour, it was interesting.
We also listened to one of the rangers talk about Custer's Last Stand. He was pretty interesting and a good story teller. Then we walked around the battlefield and museum. We were there for around 2 hours.
Then we loaded up ...
... forecast was for snow in the higher elevations of the park and considering it is already October 22nd, I need to think about getting home soon.
My first Wyoming site was the Vore Buffalo Jump which was only 2 miles east of the info centre. This is a sinkhole that was used by Native American hunters from 1300 - 1700 AD, who drove bison into it. The pit is estimated to contain the remains of ...
... The area is a geologic wonder, with rocks dated as far back as 2.5 billion (you read that right!) years ago. We also visited two abandoned ranches (the Caroline Lockhart and Ewing Snell ranches), which had their hey days some 70 years ago and are still each fascinating. The pond at the Ewing Snell ranch had the clearest natural water I have ever seen, and it was all we could do not to jump right ...