Hampton Inn Sheridan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... the side of a hill/mountain. The only thing stopping us from stopping more often was the amount of insects and mosquitos that would bite us when we got out, we both got bit on the face at one point. At the very top of the road there was a significant amount of snow for me to make a snowball and for two bikers to comment on my less than suitable snow attire (swim shorts and t-shirt). Pfft, what do they know they are wearing leather waistcoats. Nice guys.
... brought WWR coins with and he is glad he did, he showed him the honor of coining him. Left MN around 7:15 went thru South Dakota and currently are in Sheridan, WY. We did a side trip this afternoon to the one and only Sturgis, SD. They were setting up for the rally which kicks off the 1st week of August. We were their in '05 during the rally with bikes everywhere. Today it was like a ...
... a pix at the continental divide but we were past it way too fast. Wyoming didn't look much different than Montana, just a smidgen greener hue to the up and down hills. Of course, Linda remembered the name of the motel wrong. Good thing she had a confirmation email so we could get where we needed to go. It's a pretty nice place, all the same. Gonna go to dinner pretty quick. It's 7:30 here. First gonna try to get pics in this and send it out. We'll chat again ...
... a canon at them. The military had guns and all the Indians had were bows and arrows.We also did some shopping in Story, WY and had lunch at the Busy Bee in Buffalo, WY which was part of the Occidental Hotel. What is a funny story now but wasn't at the time is Susan ordered a salad that was supposed to have broccoli, cauliflower and carrots on it. The salad the waitress brought didn't have anything but a piece of cucumber and ...
... to the GPS...oh man. We are literally half way between gas stations at this point, we have no choice but to push forward, and pray (which we did, literally). I carefully kept the truck under 55, and did not let it downshift to the gas burning RPMs. I even put the truck in neutral going down hills (again reducing the RPMs == less gas burned). The low fuel light comes on with 19 miles to go...going to be close since we are getting ...