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We woke up bright and early (5:30am, not on purpose) to tackle two wonderful National Monuments. The first was Mount Rushmore (South Dakota) We did a little hiking around the Presidents Trail and saw the Presidents from various angles. Then we hit the road to Devils Tower (Wyoming). I wasn't sure what to expect from this monument but I was pleasantly surprised. We ...
... on to Casper.
Checked into the hotel by 1:30 pm., 82 degrees and partly cloudy. We found the room to be THE nicest so far. There really wasn't anything we wanted to see in Casper, so decided to chill the rest of the day. Ice cold beer in the hotel lounge before dinner, prime rib, shrimp scampi and a glass of red wine at the hotel restaurant, then retired to the room to do ...
... store. It was a four story western and ranching store with anything and everything a cowboy would ever need. After a couple of had a conversation with the manager and told her about Journey of Hope she gave us tickets the College finals rodeo that was happening that night! So we got to go to the rodeo as a team for ...
... and now included lightning, lots of wind and more hail. When I pulled over at a pull off that had a covered shelter to let the hail pass I met a gentleman from Washington state that was riding a recumbent bike from Washington to Maine. This trip was on his bucket list as would take 4 months with a route that takes him through 28 states. After about an hour I got back on the road and arrived at my hotel around 2000. What a long day.
Another day of traveling. Today we are headed to Billings, MT. On our way we stopped at Little Bighorn Battlefield. Something we were always taught in History was about Custer's last stand. We drove on a 5-mile tour that shows where this battle was fought. We took lots of pictures that I will post later ...