Days Inn Sheridan
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Travel Blogs from Sheridan
... We heated the burgers in foil on the stove and had some hot bone broth and fruit.
Bob was successful in getting a campfire started despite the damp fire ring and tinder. Our shelter we bought for music festivals kept us dry while it continued to sprinkle.I wasn't sure that I would sleep well because I was so cold but almost the next thing I knew, morning had arrived - still drippy. Bob ...
Left Deadwood mid morning and drove 200 miles to Sheridan, South Dakota. It was a very grey, wet and foggy day so the scenery wasn't much unfortunately.
Stopped in a small town called Spearfish for lunch at the Sanford Pub & Grub - great pub with lots of different memorabilia around the walls and good food too.
Made it to Sheridan late afternoon and stayed at Peter D's Rv Park which was really ...
... east entrance was restricted so we decided to head south via WY 120 to Thermopolis and picked up WY26 through the Wind River Canyon scenic highway. Absolutely beautiful! We have been to Yellowstone a few times so it was a treat to have this route be so spectacular. We crossed the Continental Divide at 9,549 feet. RV struggled. Coming down the other side we again had to stop for cowboys on horses and 4wheelers herding cattle.
... of riding. The "Chuck Wagons" stopped off at a place (The Purple Pie Place) for lunch. The food was very good and the rhubarb pie was GREAT! Bill and Greg reported the "Bumbleberry" and blackberry were excellent also. We then droned on over to the Sheridan KOA where we are settled in for the evening, although we are going to dinner at a steak and chop place that Tom picked out and I am sure will be ...
... animals again: horses, cattle herds (including one longhorn!), sheep, buffalo, alpacas. And we saw several cowboys out taking care of their business on the prairie.
The plains of South Dakota, gave way to the majestically eroded "castles" of The Badlands, then, we climbed into the Black Hills, returning to the forested, granite ancient boulders. We looked up, up, up at all the beauty of and around Mt Rushmore, marveling. We had both ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed