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Left Montana and it seemed to take forever to get to the interstate traveling the secondary roads. Spent the night in Buffalo Wyoming. We were wanting to travel longer but Sturgis was going on and we would have a hard time getting a room if we got much closer. As it was the hotel was packed and we paid over $100 for an Econlodge.
... Colt .45 single action revolver and moved to the windows. I peeked around the corner just as one of the five stuck his head up and fired. I fired a shot in return and he fell. As I was looking around the corner again I heard a roar behind me as Walt unloaded with both barrels of the Remington. “Got 'em,” he muttered, reloading as Branch fired and dropped one of the desperados at a distance.
... some of the sights we took in yesterday.
Didn't see a buffalo up close but saw a herd of them as we were leaving the area. They were too far away for me to get a picture.
Remember duck and cover? We went to the Minuteman Missile silo sight. It was operational until 1993. It was fascinating listening to our tour guide-he was a Lt. Colonel and would be in the air if there was a missile launch ...
... trail corridor. The neat part about camping at the Ft Casper Campground was that it is alongside the North Platte River.
The North Platte was followed and crossed by millions of pioneers. The Mormons were commissioned by Brigham Young to build the first commercial ferry and charge non-Mormon's a fee to cross. Some believe the Mormon ferry was build in response to discrimination against the Mormons. When ...
... pine bark beetle. We saw very flat land and also mountains. Tomorrow night will be our last night in USA for a while.
RV is working great and we are still talking to each other. Found out the reason for my cold shower yesterday: the hot water heater was off;)
We have seen deer and cows so far. More to come. Have a great day.
The Three Jays