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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... THOUGHT we were staying. And as it turned out, we still had another 45 minutes after that to get to where we were actually staying. It was a rough 2 hours. All is well though, because we made it safely, got all settled in, and there is a restaurant within walking distance. We are about to get some food and then go to bed. I will not be setting an alarm tomorrow. I think I need to prioritize sleep for once on this trip. Oh, and we saw bears on the drive in, which was really ...
Here it is Monday and as I am checking back over the blog entries I do not think I ever posted this one for Friday and Saturday. We enjoyed such a special time at the OH Ranch and I want to be sure you see this beautiful spot. If you saw this post, please overlook this.
As you can see, I did not post on Friday--everyone needs a day off occasionally, even we bloggers!!! Friday was a travel day. We ...
... back country roads with the Tarmac road ribboning the desert hills and plains. We pulled into Cody, WY for a quick bite in an old school diner, then onwards and upwards to good 'ol cattle country, USA. We drove through small towns with saloon bars. We finally pitched up in a total cowboy town called Ten Sleep, which was the last stop to get provisions before pitching our tent. Alex went to pick up some beers in the Ten Sleep saloon, ...
... Rushmore as you ride in, and is much like the "Dragon" in its construction. Not as many curves but several ( five I think) that double back on themselves and pass over/under themselves to make a corkscrew that is a hoot, especially with a "Chuck Wagon" on the back of your bike. Oh, all of the tunnels are one lane so you have to honk as you are ready to enter so you do not meet someone from the ...
... at sundown.
A short drive in the dark to Sheridan, WY, where we were staying for the night. It reminded me of how much I very much dislike to drive in the dark... and it clarified why: I can't see any of the scenery around me. As a visual person, I am inspired and fascinated by the scenes around me, and when it's dark, it's like I haven't been to a place. Thank goodness, then, that it was only for 30 minutes tonight.