Monument Inn & Suites
- Continental Breakfast
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... yellow clay rocks, to painted desert style red hills, to gypsum white cliffs! The Big Horn Basin is a very beautiful place.
I purposely chose to avoid going through Yellowstone Park, I have already been there and I knew the traffic would be a nightmare.
A little known fact about the Park is; that all of the geo thermal energy comes from a 'Super Volcano' under the area that measures 55 x 72 km. ...
... And, just to clarify, very few people actually ride in the wagons...they really were just for all the gear. Most of the people walked along side. We learned that it generally took 6-8 weeks to make it this far (leaving from Independence or St. Joseph, MO). And that was just the first 1/3 of their journey! Really makes us appreciate the transportation we have now! So, tonight will be our last night in Nebraska. Tomorrow we will drive ...
... Nebraska. While not too common, we have encountered that type if situation before. Basically it just mean the visitor center & displays aren't quite as "uniform" as most other NP sites. From there, we found a campsite in Gering, NE near the base of Scott's Bluff. We will visit that National Monument tomorrow. The campsites are very well kept, but overall the campground is nothing too exciting. It is very windy...to the ...
... used the website, www.SidforSenate.com, which has an automatic donate button as well. A few "old-fashioned" checks trickled in, as well!
They tell me I didn't make any huge mistakes and even though I was happy and relieved when the hour was over, I am still looking forward a great deal to the next debate, which is scheduled for March 11 at the Thompson Alumni Center at the University of ...
... region. The Pony Express and the transcontinental telegraph passed through the post, along with the emigrants. Fort Laramie hosted several treaty negotiations with Northern Plains Indian Nations; some of them remain controversial and contested to this day. With the end of the Indian Wars, Fort Laramie's importance diminished, and in 1890 was abandoned and sold at public auction.
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