Holiday Inn Express Buffalo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for a roll in it.
Eagle Scout Bill braving the cold to gather driftwood, build a fire, and bring me hot coffee while I stay warm in the tent. I will gladly pay my dues with hours of riding in the car, peeing in the bushes with sleet stinging my ass, and sleeping on rocks for days, for one glorious morning like this ...
... moved by the story. We followed the drive to the sites where significant events of those two days back in June 1876 took place, and markers of the fallen were placed. The site covered over five miles. There were markers for the fallen over a huge acreage, and very informative plaques at each site. We discovered that a vast proportion of Custer's company were either Irish or German immigrants who'd ...
... a good story to tell. Lesson learned – Don’t back up if you can’t see. (So, the cheap campsite makes up for the hacksaw job!!) Never a dull moment with us.
The rest of our afternoon was spent in awe over the constantly changing rugged, vast and harsh landscapes that we were driving through. First there was flat, dry and arid sagebrush land. Then we travelled through desert-like hills made with red and yellow ...
... pass a curious trio of (little) bighorn sheep along the road, but these are definitely younger.
When we reach Cody, Wyoming, we decide it's time to try our first bison burger on this trip. So we stop by the Proud Cut Saloon & Steakhouse on the downtown strip. There are probably only three other people in the restaurant during the late lunch hour. More country music from the 80s and 90s pours out of the speakers (Lizette's ...
... State Park. That was a worthwhile run up Hyw 82. Saw some nice deer, more buffalo and unbelievable rock formations, including the famous Eye of the Needle. Pleasant afternoon. I left Duster on Highway 16 (the scenic route they say) and would stay on that road the 460 miles to Yellowstone.
The first 185 were to Buffalo, WY for an over-night. Got in after dark and found a great room and a clerk willing to negotiate. Best deal I had in Wyoming in the recently renovated Budget ...