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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... climb in the course of a year.
We got on I-70 and headed east toward Denver. The road winds through a beautiful canyon and then out on rolling hills past Vail and some other ski areas. This time I was looking for Lookout Mountain and the purported site of “Buffalo Bill’s” grave… I say “purported”, because I tend to side with the folks from Cody who believe that after ...
... the flicker of headlights on the other side shine for a moment then pass by, in front just a few taillights force stunted red beams at us as we move around. The soil begins to turn that wonderful crop planting red as we hit the Wyoming state line. The topography drastically changes: Mountains everywhere, the closer ones green and populated sparsely with trees, the farther ones hidden by a blue veil. Houses are here and there resting before buttes, and before them fields of yellow ...
... 2, 3, and 4 Parades
Beartooth Highway at 10,400+ feet
Cody Trolley rides
... in once to believe it" or "Yellowstone will be more to our tastes" or "done it, never to do it again". We can't understand why our neighbours who wear "Bikers for Christ" on their leathers are even thinking of Sturgiss, but off they went early today. We wander the galleries and shops of downtown Buffalo and enjoy a glass of wine at the Occidental Hotel where the bartender tells us we're sitting in the same seats used ...
... to believe. We got some great photos and a short hike around the grounds.
From there we headed back into the town of Keystone for lunch. After lunch, we headed across the street to a local t shirt place and it turns out the owner used to be a rural postal carrier in Wisconsin. So, of course, she and Lori became BFFs as they shared daring mail delivery tales. Whew. As much as I ...