Holiday Inn Sheridan - Convention Center
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Buggs is all tuckered out.
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... motel room, they scatter into the woods.
Disappointed at missing a great photo opportunity Snapper then gives a friendly (naked) wave to the locals driving by and looking straight into his window. A quick breakfast and an early start before the Sheriff arrived!
A quick ride to Sundance then onto Devils Tower, a majestic sight in the morning light so plenty of photos here. You can ride into the park and close to the tower. Jac, ...
... the filling with our card and get the upfront discount while I turned on the satellite and the DVR.
All this took place whilst filling up with 50+ gallons of petrol in the Flying J gas station, talking with the guy next to me about his RV and not having a toad, and washing the windshields which were filthy from 1) insects, and 2) trying to clean off in the very light rain. Can you say Multi-tasker? Not what I ...
... east entrance was restricted so we decided to head south via WY 120 to Thermopolis and picked up WY26 through the Wind River Canyon scenic highway. Absolutely beautiful! We have been to Yellowstone a few times so it was a treat to have this route be so spectacular. We crossed the Continental Divide at 9,549 feet. RV struggled. Coming down the other side we again had to stop for cowboys on horses and 4wheelers herding cattle.
... cute towns like Dayton, Buffalo Bill (I'm sure this was the town's name) and Greybull as well as the Buffalo Bill Dam. While we didn't visit the Dam, which looked like a popular activity, we passed through the tunnel by the Dam. This was cool as the sides hasn't been concreted, we were just driving through the cut rock. We stopped at Greybull to see the address of wherever we were staying that night. As Wayne checked ...
... stopped at the Custer/Little Big Horn battlefield. They have a veterans cemetery there that has a lot of Indian fighters buried there. Also a few others. We took the tour, it was interesting.
We also listened to one of the rangers talk about Custer's Last Stand. He was pretty interesting and a good story teller. Then we walked around the battlefield and museum. We were there for around 2 hours.
Then we loaded up ...