Oak Tree Inn Bill
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... grass, herds of cattle, a beautiful blue sky, and a few cars and trucks. The 'Texas trail' went through this region. Also the 'Pony Express' in 1861-62 which was eclipsed by the telegraph in 1862. By the way, in addition to cattle breeding, Wyoming is also a large coal producer; 40% of the nation's electricity is produced with Wyoming coal.
I'm currently in Douglas, the 72nd best of the 100 ...
... country, coal mining and drilling for oil. Lots of pronghorns and for the first time we see sheep. And along the way for good measure, the prairie dogs.
I was enamored with the cloud formations. The sky is so blue and the clouds in the distance over the hills so white and puffy. Some taking on great shapes of things known.
The trains are absolutely amazing. The photos do not to them justice. They can hold up to 145 cars (the ...
... skyblue, I have to admit the color made it look good. Soon after we noticed an open pit coal mine next to the highway, with a clear vein of coal running oil black at least 3 feet thick along the exposed side of the mine. Pretty cool to see how accessible the coal was.
Our route today took us off I95 (past Glendive) onto the 59 south this easily saved a few hundred K and we were on an excellent highway with almost no traffic. ...