Best Western Sheridan Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... back east. Not sure how far we will make it, but decided we would just go until either it got dark or we were ready to quit for the day. So heading east of Cody, the landscape turns to almost desert-like; dry, and very warm (mid 90's). But, it's a nice little break from the mountains, which links between the Rocky mountains and the Bighorn mountains. We stopped quick in Greybull for a drink, and then headed into the mountains; which will ultimately be the last mountain ...
... is how we ended up at the Palace. It was a small-town diner that served the best corn chowder according to John and Sarah liked her peanut butter and strawberry jam sandwhich (why the girl order pbj at a restaurant I do not know) . The burgers were obviously hand patted and they were pretty tasty too.
B-B review: 6 thumbs up 1 sideways (Jacob likes his burgers juicier. Pretty hard when you order it with no condiments)
... looking forward to it. Time to don the short sleeves and re-install the Birkenstocks.
It's raining here as I write this. Lynnie is busy baking peanut butter cookies to help pass the time. We'll hang out until after dinner, when she again will whip my "assets" playing Phase 10. My winning streak has diminished as we've gained altitude and continued on west.
I got only two pictures today. One more of the Bear ...
... am still enthralled.
Our day was filled with the many wonders of the Big Horn Canyon National Recreational Area. The most notable aspect of the Big Horn River was not that it has been dammed, but that it is full and fast - still flowing and often with white water above the plant line due to the spring rains. We expected brown hills, but we have the crazy-green hues of a Washington, DC ...
... one of my Denver Examiner articles I’d get paid a penny. I thought Sheridan might be a good place to start with an article, so I took pictures around town and asked Nathan questions with the intent of writing a little piece. I did so when I returned to Denver, as well as other little articles from my travels. What I discovered was that if I was diligent and did numerous articles each week, at least one or two every day, by the end of the week I might have had enough page ...