Wingate by Wyndham Sheridan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... changed leaving the trees behind.
The Main Street of Sheridan was filled with local restaurants and bars. We ate at The Wyoming Rib and Chop House. Ribs and a pulled pork stuffed potato were enjoyed by all!
Camping at Peter D. 's was a good choice. The shower house was very warm and the water was very hot. So very appreciated!
... 80 miles of stunning drive and for what I can only assume is going to be the last time I write this – the best drive I’ve ever done - we came out in a small town called Red Lodge. It was too quaint and whatnot not to stop so we did so in the hope of locating lunch. Unfortunately everything was either geared toward Bikers or it was wooden furniture. We decided to continue driving and pick up lunch elsewhere for cheap.
About 10 miles or so out ...
... actually liked it as it wasnt wall to wall people. We walked the main strip and almost all places were open and again very nice as you could move and go where you wanted to without being jammed with everyone. Shane wanted to visit the Full Throttle Saloon while we were there (they have a tv show or something for those that may have seen it). We both look like Rudolph with our red ...
... learning about the history of the area. But after a couple of hours in Cody it was time to move on.
Today we are following U.S. Hwy #14 which winds through the Big Horn Mountains. We drove through Shell Canyon, twisting and turning, navigating switchbacks climbing 9,000 feet to Granite Pass. We stopped once to enjoy the lookout and to let the Rialta cool down, but at the top of Granite ...
... believe what you wish....it worked for us today.
So after we overcame the gas incident, we pushed forth to Mt Rushmore. It was only about 1.5 hours from the Badlands. Again, the changes in terrain continue to amaze me. This time we went from the ruggedness of the Badlands to more of a Pacific Northwest: rocky, pine trees, and green.
Mt. Rushmore was one of those items you can check off of your list. We were ...