Hampton Inn Sheridan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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After leaving Rapid City, we stopped off at Deadwood for an hour to see where Wild Bill Hickok lived and died - shot in the back by Jack McCall while playing cards in Saloon No. 10. We then drove on to Devil's Tower. What a spectacular sight and yet another amazing piece of geology. We walked around the base of the tower which took around an hour and a half. Some experienced climbers were actually ...
... motel room, they scatter into the woods.
Disappointed at missing a great photo opportunity Snapper then gives a friendly (naked) wave to the locals driving by and looking straight into his window. A quick breakfast and an early start before the Sheriff arrived!
A quick ride to Sundance then onto Devils Tower, a majestic sight in the morning light so plenty of photos here. You can ride into the park and close to the tower. Jac, ...
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Once refueled and the bill was settled, we drove over across the street to the Kmart parking lot so as to not have to listen to the diesel engines of 35 turns in the Flying J parking lot. The satellite dish is supposed to track all during the move and it did its best to keep up with the moving target as I had to make several turns on streets.
... 8211; not interested for heaven’s sake… it was cold on her paws. We had to stop twice for cattle crossing the road herded by cowboys and cowgirls too. And we stopped to watch an elk in the snow.. beautiful. As we got lower and into the canyons the views were spectacular. There were info signs in several areas dating the rock formations …Big Horn dated to 450 million years. Enjoy the pictures, I only took ...
Today we drove from Cody Wyoming to Montana, to Custers Last Stand, which was renamed the Battle of Little Bighorn. We drove through some very beautiful mountains, that were in the clouds....and so were we. We drove very slowly because all you could see was the yellow line. We saw some beautiful scenery, and antelope, and a bull moose. We made it to the Battlefield. We ...