Days Inn Sheridan
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In many ways this place seems more foreign than China to me. Main reason being, that I just returned from there and am new to things like forks and knives at the table. But Wyoming is truley it's own distinct and admirable culture. Strong, well-centered people up here. Direct and honest... most are beyond the corruption that I have seen in other ...
Today was the kind of day where you are driving *so close* to so many incredible national treasures... with barely enough time for any of it. But, you try to squeeze in as much as you can. But you know you will barely skim the surface... barely.
And so it was that we found ourselves awake at 6:30am... having breakfast at the Wall Drug Café by 7:45am... Wandering and shopping at Wall Drug and its tourist kingdom of surreal randomness by ...
... with four or five jets overhead turning and landing. Jerry and Derrell were in their element! We also went to bed listening to taps! We plan on staying two nights here so that we can go to Mt. Rushmore and it is time to stop and recover. The Fam camp is a great stop....laundry, good showers, commissary etc. Recovery time.
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... or so chatting it up with Kristin, the flag girl on the road construction project. She seemed very excited to get to talk with people for a change, instead of staring at empty space. It helped the time go back to let my engine cool as well.
So after about 25 minutes, and with both fingers crossed, I started my Goldwing back up, and she sounded much, much better and ran nice and smooth. What a relief that was! So we said goodbye to Kristin, and off we went on ...
... we left the lake area. We were now passing between two sets of mountains with the road cut into one side of a gorge. A crowd of cars was gathered by the road as we rode along, so of course we pulled over to see what everyone was looking at, it was a couple of big horned sheep, and they certainly had big horns! We took our photos and continued on our way. The mountain scenery opened out to the valley and forest and we were in ...
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed