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I got high today. I mean I got really really high. More on that later. We left Bozeman, around 7:30 and headed right over to Yellowstone national park. Cool 8 degrees. 10 minutes into the park we see a couple buffalo just grazing 20 feet from the side of the road. These suckers are Large. Very large. Every so often in the park you could smell a …
Today we said goodbye to Yellowstone and set off for more sights and adventures. We had breakfast at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge dinning room. The food in the park is acceptable but nothing special. It will get us to the next meal in Cody. The Old Faithful schedule board stated the geyser was set to erupt at 8:30 so we thought we had enough time to get our luggage loaded into the van. Somehow they changed the anticipated eruption time to 8:18. So a few of us ...
... the road as we have a long way to go.
we are back on the Highway and cruising along .... why are there so many bikes?? , but then it clicked and we realized that Sturgis had just been going on and everyone was taking there bike butts home.
Having rode for 21 days in New Zealand on one... I have to say I am a little disapointed to see so many bikes on trailers being pulled by big ass trucks and 5th wheels ... hard core Harley ...
... days - more like weeks had seemingly waltzed past. Our trip here, although packed, was undeniably short. A thing to be rectified in the near future.
It’s very simple to see that despite the age of progress and technology, the treasured simple things still exist here. Family, friends, fun and fulfillment from the surrounding environment. Being one with the land is a sign of peace and serenity. There’s no doubt, that dreams can be made here - in whatever life, or whichever time that may ...
... sight. Equally stunning and dark but in another way entirely was our drive through the Custer National Forest, where we observed some of the most profoundly squalid living conditions I’ve seen outside of Paisley, Florida and/or Alabama. We also began to notice more snow banks along the road and undersides of hills and, if there wasn’t enough foreboding of the ****** evening ahead, huge piles of rain began to slap the car as ...