Holiday Inn Express Buffalo
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... we had to leave. So sad.
On our way to Buffalo, WY (our stop for the night) we were delayed by major road contraction in the mountains. But the weather was gorgeous. Warm and the winds started to lesson. We arrived in Buffalo around 7:30pm, quickly dropped off our stuff in the cabin, and headed to dinner at Virginia Restaurant at the Occidental Hotel. The food was delicious. We ...
... a challenge and at one time we heard a loud clunk as a rock hit the underside of our car. Yikes. The car seemed to be no worse for the wear. Our recommendation would be to take ATV's on this trail. We saw other people opting for this method of transportation. For the remainder of the afternoon, Murray relaxed watching golf and tennis on TV while I explored the shops and antique ...
... rising up the Great Plains. Over hills into massive valleys, and then up again, it was a nice drive, but long. We continued out west, watching the distant Rockies get ever closer. After 6 or so days on the road we headed for the town of buffalo, and a motel 6, whilst we regrouped before hitting Yellowstone.
I'll leave that for the next bit. Writing this on the road is quite hard to find the time, so I apologies for the novel, but that did span 1500 miles or ...
... faces eroded over time by rain and wind, even one that is called Elephant Head. This is Buffalo Bill country. Apparently his real name is Bill Cody, and we arrived in the town of Cody at lunchtime – just in time for tacos at Taco John’s!! Leaving Cody, we saw a small herd of pronghorns – the first we’ve seen! So, backing up to turn around to get a picture, we accidentally backed over a metal highway marker (see how ...
... water of the lake. It seems we still have the park to ourselves.
We also get to drive back through Yellowstone and travel down a road we missed during our visit a few days ago, which takes us past Yellowstone Lake. This is supposedly REALLY bear country, where you can only camp if you're in a hard-sided RV! We’re hoping to see some bighorn sheep - which is one of the few animals we haven't seen yet - and maybe even some ...