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... of the Third Kind. Again great riding and highly recommended. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Devils_ Tower From there it was on to Custer, wind blew like hell all the way here. Notable "sights" were the Nodding Donkeys and the highly controversial Hydraulic Fracking Wells that dot the ...
... Mr. Werner decided to donate his lifetime of stuffed trophies from around the world to the community. He would donate his collection and pay for the erection of the museum if the town would provide the land. The curator, who was a lively mature woman, said she thought the real story went like this: One day Mr. Werner brought home one too many trophies and Mrs. Werner said, "That’s it, I told you no more, now find someplace ...
... tamales and chillie rellanos) at the supermarket. We discovered this stuff in 2010 and missed it as soon as we came home. We have not found any grocery Mexican food in NYS that is worth eating.
Well, new water issues under the camper. As we were breaking camp I noticed a new leak of water under the camper. Then Peg turned on the sink faucet and the water just poured out at the same rate as she had running in. Looking underneath it appears ...
We got a late start this morning after spending time outside the Evanston Library where we accessed the wifi and posted our blogs for the past few days, having had no cell service in the Ruby Mountains. Today we drove a little over 300 miles to Casper, Wyoming, a pretty town. For the last 100 miles, we skirted a menacing-looking storm and ...
... breathed a sigh of relief as we crossed over the Wyoming border.
The rest of Wyoming was pretty uneventful, just cattle ranches, but there was always that tease of mountains in the distance, making us just want o continue a little more. As we pulled into the hotel, we noticed a self-service car wash right next door. It was the perfect opportunity to finally wash of the weeks worth of dirt, and bugs from the bike. It is now shiny again, ...