Hampton Inn & Suites Casper
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We woke up bright and early (5:30am, not on purpose) to tackle two wonderful National Monuments. The first was Mount Rushmore (South Dakota) We did a little hiking around the Presidents Trail and saw the Presidents from various angles. Then we hit the road to Devils Tower (Wyoming). I wasn't sure what to expect from this monument but I was …
... and watch a thunder storm roll in from our window.
The only photos I took was of the hotel's fun looking swimming pool and thinking the granddaughters would have a ball there.
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*Families that are vacationing = Dads, moms, sisters & brothers, grandparents and kids of all shapes, sizes & color; some grandparents with just ...
The ride into Casper was a fairly easy ride today. It was 102 miles but me and the paceline were able to just talk the whole time. We also had a day off in Casper which was real relaxing. We didn't have anything until a friendship visit at dinner. During the day we just walked around and explored Casper and went to the ...
... my helmet filled with water, left leg pinned under an 800 pound bike and struggling to get my leg free.The person that was behind me and saw the lay over pulled over and helped get my leg free from the bike. I stood up and took a quick breath, assessed the situation and determined the only thing damaged or hurt was my pride. The good samaritan and I managed to get the bike back onto its wheels and started. Sigh of relief. My ...
Another day of traveling. Today we are headed to Billings, MT. On our way we stopped at Little Bighorn Battlefield. Something we were always taught in History was about Custer's last stand. We drove on a 5-mile tour that shows where this battle was fought. We took lots of pictures that I will post later ...
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