Days Inn Sheridan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Sheridan
... off to Devils Tower, the first national monument. It's pretty special and rises 263m from its base. I chose to do the 2km Tower Trail around the base because frankly I needed the exercise. My photos actually show two people climbing it, which is a big no no in June as there is a voluntary climbing closure out of respect for the Native American beliefs. Also black-tailed prairie dogs live in their town near the park entrance. Super ...
... and opens the curtains. In the soft early morning light he looks out across the road towards the stream and to his surprise are 3 deer grazing in the lush grass. An avid photographer, Snap grabs his trusty camera for some quick shots of the local wildlife.
The grazing deer slowly raises their heads and their gaze falls upon the stark naked Aussie biker standing in the window with zoom lens in hand. Startled by the sight confronting them ...
... the filling with our card and get the upfront discount while I turned on the satellite and the DVR.
All this took place whilst filling up with 50+ gallons of petrol in the Flying J gas station, talking with the guy next to me about his RV and not having a toad, and washing the windshields which were filthy from 1) insects, and 2) trying to clean off in the very light rain. Can you say Multi-tasker? Not what I ...
... deleted down to 94. Click, Click, Click! Eventually we left the canyons and hit more high grassland dotted with herds of antelope and cruised into Cody…still gale force winds The winds were so strong we did not open our slide and left the Honda connected.
9/29 - 10/1 Cody to Moran, WY Grand Teton Park RV, 2 nights, full hookups
This morning we called to see if the roads are open into ...
... several photos of the building progress. We were able to meet the woman and children who will receive the home, and she was extremely emotional and appreciative of what we were doing. The mayor of Sheridan even addressed us and thanked us during one of our lunch breaks! We were also able to volunteer our services at the rodeo by selling programs. A portion of the proceeds went to Habitat for Humanity. This was a most rewarding experience ...