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Last night, we pulled into Tie Flume Campground after a beautiful drive through the Tongue River Valley west of Sheridan, Wyoming. We spotted a moose and her calf along the side road to the campground across from the Copper Creek sign. (Copper Creek is the name of Bob's consulting company!) Once at the campsite, we were greeted by a welcoming note from the camp hosts apologizing for not being there...actually ...
Left Deadwood mid morning and drove 200 miles to Sheridan, South Dakota. It was a very grey, wet and foggy day so the scenery wasn't much unfortunately.
Stopped in a small town called Spearfish for lunch at the Sanford Pub & Grub - great pub with lots of different memorabilia around the walls and good food too.
Made it to Sheridan late afternoon and stayed at Peter D's Rv Park which was really ...
... learning about the history of the area. But after a couple of hours in Cody it was time to move on.
Today we are following U.S. Hwy #14 which winds through the Big Horn Mountains. We drove through Shell Canyon, twisting and turning, navigating switchbacks climbing 9,000 feet to Granite Pass. We stopped once to enjoy the lookout and to let the Rialta cool down, but at the top of Granite ...
... They have a lot of saddles, roping, and western artifacts. When you are in the Bighorn Mountains, as you are looking out over the range there are very few trees so the view continues forever. We are enjoying this state very much. The past couple of years the winters here are not much worse than MI although it does get colder. The mountains are full of yellow and purple wildflowers at this time of year. ...
... have to show. I knew that if we went to the exhibit, we probably wouldn't visit it again the next time we are in Cody. So in the end, we decided to hold off on the historic center until we had more time to do a thorough walk through it.
So instead, we decided to visit the Buffalo Bill Dam just six miles west of Cody. Just the trip over there was worth it because you get to go through three tunnels directly through the mountains, one of which is close to 3/4 ...
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