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... see for miles. Both South Dakota and Wyoming have miles (many, many, many miles) of blue sky, rolling hills, prairie, pastures and rocky hills. We saw about 50 times more cattle than people. We also saw elk! Thankfully they stayed on their the road and not in the road. This country is beautiful and I have to admit a little unsettling as it is very obvious how far from home we now are. Tonight we are in ...
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, ...
June 22, 2013 - We left the Rally today after one more class on Fire Safety! Yikes, you have 20 seconds to get out (by the way, I go FIRST)!!, before it ended because we are making our way first to Sheridan, WY, then up into Montana and we want to have plenty of time up in Glacier National Park. We heard the other day that Calgary had a massive storm and lots of flooding! We are scheduled to ...
... to the top of the Bighorns.
Over the peak we went, and started our way down the eastern slope. The Bighorns are a great motorcycle area as well, and the traffic is very light compared to the other roads out west by Yellowstone. We stopped for the mandatory picture on the very eastern overlook that opens up to the flat plains. Unfortunately, due to all the fires out west, and with the wind blowing from the west, the view was very hazy, and you really couldn't see ...