Travel Blogs from Buffalo
... elevator and rearrange the furniture to make ourselves at home. Jake has become an even better traveller than in earlier weeks, especially with the break from the 100 degree plus days! He refuses to sleep in the truck when we're travelling, but as soon as we're settled, his snoring could wake the dead! Cheyenne is the capital city of Wyoming and currently being used as a staging area for those heading to the Sturgiss ...
... trail called "the Bozeman trail". They were there to protect immigrants and gold miners and everyone else from the Sioux (mostly) Indians who had taken exception to all these people traipsing all over their land.
At Fort Phil Kearny, there was an infantry Captain named WIlliam Fetterman. He was bold and arrogant, and hungry to get out and kill Indians. His commander Colonel Henry Carrington was less bold and arrogant, and ...
It is really nice to be self contained! A quick sandwich in
our RV and we are back on the road.
We made it into Wyoming and also made our goal of Buffalo WY…..We
were wondering why Garmin was telling us we would be here at 5:30 PM when our
watches said it was after 6! Then we both realized we had crossed into the
Mountain Time Zone!
... t happen.
The day closed out with a street dance downtown, where Rainier Beer (the only kind the sheriff drinks) was served. Over $2500 was raised for Wounded Warriors and prizes from the rally were awarded. Overall it was a great day and the people of Buffalo/Durant and the many visitors had a great time… and it was truly a family event.
Tomorrow will have more events- ...
... anything interesting. We had done that and our driver had gotten out to see what was causing such interest at one particular bend of the road. He told us to stay in the bus, but one of our passengers called out to see what the commotion was about and when they said "bear", everyone jumped out of the bus to see. The bear turned out to be a cinnamon-colored black bear (they come in all colors) who was "grazing" on the other side of ...