Wingate by Wyndham Sheridan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Deadwood, 6am Sunday, Thunder Cove Inn, our digs for the last 3 nights. Out front the road leads to the town of Lead, Spearfish & Mt Rushmore, out back a sheer mountainside complete with pine trees, rocky outcrops & the odd deer. Across the road is a small stream which babbles peacefully in the early morning serenity. Are you lot jealous yet?
An Aussie biker awakes from his slumber, we'll call him Snapper. He makes his way to ...
... we were not, so I had to go outside, open up the bay, and turn on the inverter. Since we had been driving for a while, the batteries were fully charged. Then I unplug the DVR/and TV from shore power source, run an extension cord down to the floor outlet for the inverter which we had installed it ourselves last fall when in Alabama Hills.
Once the DVR plugged in it has to do a hard drive scan to check ...
... 8211; not interested for heaven’s sake… it was cold on her paws. We had to stop twice for cattle crossing the road herded by cowboys and cowgirls too. And we stopped to watch an elk in the snow.. beautiful. As we got lower and into the canyons the views were spectacular. There were info signs in several areas dating the rock formations …Big Horn dated to 450 million years. Enjoy the pictures, I only took ...
... drive over Big Horn and stop at Sheridan for the night, approximately a 100 mile drive. This sounded good to us as we had a lot of things to catch up on - charging helmets, cameras, phones, kindle and iPad, get journal back up-to-date and wash the bike. We wandered into town for a late dinner and tried Olivia's Kitchen, a Mexican restaurant which had great reviews. The place lived up to its reputation and I also had a fabulous ...
... br> We got to the hotel and decided to go get something to eat. We asked the man at the front desk for a recommendation and he said there was a steak house about 3 blocks down the hill. I'm here to tell you that a Wyoming block is a long one. I think we walked at least a mile and found the 1893 Grille and Spirits. It was originally used by Buffalo Bill to entertain people and the original bar that was made back east is still ...