Douglas Inn And Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... claim is cheap drinks and lousy food. The bar had been there since 1868 and had all sorts of memorabilia all over the walls and hanging from the ceiling. There was sawdust all over the floor and the bar had been shipped in from Deadwood during prohibition so it was a magnificent piece of furniture. The barmaid was an older woman, wearing a tank top and mini skirt, covered in tattoos with bleached blond hair but she wasn’t a bad cook so lunch was good.
Teach me how to Douglas, teach me, teach me how to Douglas........You ain't messing with my Douglas. There isn't much to mess with in Douglas, the 'home of the jackalope.'
We found a really clean free campsite near the river that runs through Douglas and decided to crash here to break up the drive to Grand Teton National Park. We've been making most of our ...
Left farm 5:15am. Delivered Ians truck to Regina. Misty from Regina into US. NO ISSUES AT BORDER. Lunch and fuel at Miles city, MT. $3.19. $62.45 HAYLEY had great heart report. No more warfarin. Yeah!! Ian pleased to have been with us for Dale's funeral yesterday. Sad day. Bye to an amazing friend. We will miss ...
... Delicious - I had two!
How can it take 9 or 10 hours to drive less than 500 km? Speed limits are mostly 65 mph on open highways and up to 80 on the freeway! I rarely get past 60, but even so ...
A bit of an issue is the GPS. It can't seem to figure out what's going on in Wyoming. It has me driving through lakes and rivers and beside highways and tells me I'm 'Off Road' even though I'm on a secondary road. It tells me when to make a turn if ...
Yesterday I drove back from Devils Tower to Newcastle, Wyoming. I then decided to head first west and then south to see some of the Wyoming grassland. Out of Newcastle Miss GPS said: 'Continue 67 miles!' At the end of the 67 miles, and now heading south towards Douglas, Wyoming, she issued a new instruction: 'Continue 72 miles!' Within three hours I had driven two-thirds the length of my own country and ...