Holiday Inn Sheridan - Convention Center
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Buggs is all tuckered out.
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... like God made a dirtbike park out here. It would be fun to ride up a hill and jump it - as long as you didn't hit a cow on the other side. We drove on through Billings and got to see the city as the interstate overlooks the whole thing from up on a bluff. There was a walking trail up there - a neat place. Good to see Montana does have a big city! We arrived at Pete's about 8:00 and it was a nice place for one night. More driving ...
... then off to Sheridan for the night. We arrive early (due to a speed limit of 80 mph in Wyoming) and decide to hit our first Walmart of the trip. Now you've all seen the emails regarding the dress sense of some Walmart customers. Well, we didn't see any of that sort of thing but Snap did manage to find the gun department.
The Sheriff from Deadwood hasn't arrived looking for 'flashing' Aussies yet, so I guess we are safe for the time ...
So we are off to Mt. Rushmore and have left Yellowstone, though I am sure we will be returning. We stopped in Cody Wy and toured a small museum there called Old Town Trail which was a sort of replica old town circa late 1800s.
Along the way we saw some minor stops and did a few of them till we came to Devils Kitchen. I can't find it anywhere on a map or Google and it was way down some dirt ...
... animals again: horses, cattle herds (including one longhorn!), sheep, buffalo, alpacas. And we saw several cowboys out taking care of their business on the prairie.
The plains of South Dakota, gave way to the majestically eroded "castles" of The Badlands, then, we climbed into the Black Hills, returning to the forested, granite ancient boulders. We looked up, up, up at all the beauty of and around Mt Rushmore, marveling. We had both ...
... miles per gallon.
In the end, we actually made it to a practical oasis in the Badlands. They had two pumps (old style manual throw on the side), we filled up: 31.2 gallons. I asked Olivia to to check the owners manual on the tank capacity: 31 gallons. We literally made it on fumes. Thankful in so many ways. I definitely got the girls thinking about the power of prayer, even in the most foolish or insignificant of ...