High Country Guest Ranch
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- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... this portion of the trip ended, and was to be followed by a scenic byway through the valleys of Bighorn. I even got a pretty picture of the sunset, attached to this entry (note: I did not expect to be driving past sunset). At one point, I came around a bend and actually had to stop my car. I was looking straight ahead at an adjacent mountain, with lingering clouds from the storm shrouding the summit. This was at eye level. I stayed there for a few ...
... One motorhome, 2 adults, 12 kids. Yep, 12! Eight boys, four girls. Three Anglo, one Indian, one Asian, and seven Ethiopians. The mom had things super-organized - which she'd need to make it all work!
Friday we went to the Crazy Horse memorial, where another mountain is being carved in honor of this Indian leader. We had a pleasant surprise at the entry gate: the worker noticed my Army license plate, asked to see ID to confirm ...
... We were in for a musical treat. Jagertown, a country rock band, was the opening act. They warmed up the audience with their lively music. There was a girl in the band that danced all over the stage while she played her electric violin. There were times I thought her long flying hair might get caught in her bow. Next, the country stars, Ty Herndon, Jamie O'Neal, ...
... Victorian house right on the main street of Hill City and we waited for our table with a drink on a wraparound porch watching the action in town. We didn't realize until we sat down that they only had two options. Filet mignon with potato and Texas Toast (aka cold white bread toasted). This came with a wedge salad with Ranch dressing. I thought the food was good. Bill didn't need to use his glasses, even though it ...
... off. We laughed to ourselves thinking it would be like a tourist in Scotland telling us they were photographing rabbits!
We did a trip round the Wildlife Loop road then onto the Needles Highway. Don't know if you have heard of it but worth a Google. Blew our minds! We climbed to 6200 feet and pulled into a view point for a better look. Check out the photo I will upload.
Next was onto Lake Sylvan which was also pretty mind-blowing ...