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Thursday 20th August 2014, Day 7: Leaving at 8am in light rain and heading out the SE exit to the Yellowstone Park. We will be going from 9,000ft to 5,000ft and from forest to desert. Someone spotted a bull elk in the trees, but we were past it, but the driver did a Uie with the aid of a right turning road - it was still there, but we didn't get a …
- After an 141.7 mile drive we arrive at 11:00
- we fill her up with 6.4 gallons for $26.24
- We use the surprisingly nice bathroom and drove through McDonald's for a dollar meal
- We then leave for Sheridan Wyoming
So occasionally it seems Cliffy and I have days that never end...... and whilst we had a great day leaving Sturgis via Devils Tower, The Spotted Horse - it was a long hot and thirsty ride through Wyoming. What a state of contrasts....on one hand we were looking at rolling hills, rivers and ravines and on the other hand we were watching the oil pumps continuing their up and down serenade as ...
... hard to come by. After all, we were in the country, exploring more country and would undoubtedly get lost in the country, so no other music but country would do. Once the radio channels were selected correctly, we settled in for our trip to Yellowstone.
Leaving the city and crossing the landscape with the mountains in the distance, idyllic farming communities passed by. The weather was hot and dry, perfect summer weather to explore, ...
... in another ranch and had a larger house built. The cattle business ran into hard times due to drought and blizzards a couple years later and Roosevelt got out of ranching. The larger house was torn down but the cabin went on tour around the country after Roosevelt became President. It was originally seven miles south from its current location next to the Visitors' Center.
I then drove around the loop road and ...