Best Western Sheridan Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Today was a short day... 177 miles. It was nice not to be in a hurry. Great coffee at Honey's Café and the breakfast wrap superb. I didn't know what to expect heading east from Red Lodge but it was surprisingly beautiful. I went past the location of the Bear Creek explosion, the worst mining disaster in Montana's history. Also called the Smith …
... my dad was out like a light. That's ok, I needed to do some mandatory laundry tonight so I would have enough clean clothes for the rest of the trip.
So tomorrow will be our last day of the "out west" portion of our trip, and will be the first day of the meet up with the Goldwing group in the Black Hills. Tomorrow we have a relatively short jaunt over to Deadwood, SD, where we will hook up with the rest of the gang for supper. So stay tuned for more on that tomorrow!
Today we visited Devils Tower which is located in Northeast Wyoming. It is a 865 feet high rock column which is actually the core of an ancient volcano exposed from millions of years of erosion. There are many boulders and rocks around the bottom which are broken pieces that have fallen from the column. It is a popular place for rock climbers. ...
... approached him to the right and yelled over to him "Are those the Rockies?" He nodded and gave me the thumbs up.
We're just a day away from Yellowstone but the eastern pass that we were planning to take has been closed due to avalanche. We're going to have to go around the top and go in from the west. It is truly the first time in my life that I've had to change my travel plans due to an avalanche. How cool is that?!
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... with numerous wildflowers bursting from fields and rocks. We saw purple lupine, red Indian paintbrush and countless yellow and white flowers. We saw deer, wild mustangs, moose, beaver, red-tailed hawks and yellow headed blackbirds. We saw very few people.
Our road trip took us west from Sheridan through the Powder River Basin and the Tongue River Valley over the mountains to the Big ...