Oak Tree Inn Bill
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Off to head towards Cheyenne after we saw Devil's Tower on Wyoming. On the way we past the monument for the Little Bighorn Battlefield which we wandered all over. It was a very special site and showed again how the Indians were treated, however, this time they beat Custer.
The weather deteriorated and we had torrential rain for sometime while heading out.
We stopped at Alzada for lunch which was basically a bar called Stoneville Salon, and little ...
Teach me how to Douglas, teach me, teach me how to Douglas........You ain't messing with my Douglas. There isn't much to mess with in Douglas, the 'home of the jackalope.'
We found a really clean free campsite near the river that runs through Douglas and decided to crash here to break up the drive to Grand Teton National Park. We've been making most of our ...
Left farm 5:15am. Delivered Ians truck to Regina. Misty from Regina into US. NO ISSUES AT BORDER. Lunch and fuel at Miles city, MT. $3.19. $62.45 HAYLEY had great heart report. No more warfarin. Yeah!! Ian pleased to have been with us for Dale's funeral yesterday. Sad day. Bye to an amazing friend. We will miss ...
Left Wapiti by 8:45 - neighbouring campsite had the generator going by 8:00! Terrain slowly changed from basalt rock to foothills. There was snow on the higher levels at Buffalo Bill Reservoir - stunning view when I first saw it. I intended stopping at Cody but it’s a big town and the Bill Cody Museum looked enormous (ie; hours to go through) so carried on to Thermopolis - climbing again. I thought I was done with that!. I’ve never before planned ...
Yesterday I drove back from Devils Tower to Newcastle, Wyoming. I then decided to head first west and then south to see some of the Wyoming grassland. Out of Newcastle Miss GPS said: 'Continue 67 miles!' At the end of the 67 miles, and now heading south towards Douglas, Wyoming, she issued a new instruction: 'Continue 72 miles!' Within three hours I had driven two-thirds the length of my own country and ...