Sleep Inn And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... a grass fire started by fork lightening. In less than ten minutes, three emergency fire vehicles passed us on their way to put out the fire. We are again boondocking at a Walmart; however, tonight we have a beautiful view out our window and there are no noisy trucks surrounding us. We've rented a Red Box movie and are tucked in for the ...
... strange. First of all, US-20W in Nebraska was supposed to be a scenic highway, and there were some interesting hills and buttes. We found two marked scenic overlooks and stopped at them both. The first looked like it hadn't been mowed yet this year, and the trees had grown up to block the view. The only view we saw was a bunch of guys golfing at the 3rd hole. We had to walk back out onto the road to see the scenic view. The second ...
Yesterday we started the day off by cooking up breakfast on our cast iron and then hopped on a train that rode around the bison ranch we were staying at. We were able to feed and pet the bison. Jordan was loving it. From there we drove into Cheyenne and visited the Old West Museum where we got free entrance because we told the lady we had just graduated. There's an awesome statue of Lane Frost riding a bull and a tribute to Chris ...
For those wondering my ankle is also feeling better and the swelling is going down; still just a slight bit touchy but not unbearable. I'm also walking more like a 54-year-old man now. (UPDATE: after returning the motorcycle to EagleRider in Las Vegas, I was informed a previous customer of theirs actually broke their ankle getting it wedged under the saddlebag guard bar. I'm very thankful mine was likely not ...
... and the sign says it looks like the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. We get our first views of the snow capped Tetons at more than 100 miles away. We traveled over the continental divide at over 10,000 feet .It was a real strain on the RV. There was snow on the ground and frozen ponds but the air was warm. We stopped in Dubois at the Cowboy Cafe for lunch. The decor lived up to it's name and the town ...