Carter Mountain Motel
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... For the rest of the afternoon we just looked around the town, which consisted of only a couple of streets. People watching here is an activity by itself - this is a true cowboy town and watching these people occupied us for hours! We had lunch at the Irma Hotel, which is the original saloon in town, built by (Buffalo) Bill Cody himself. We were the only people in there who were not wearing cowboy hats! I was fairly ...
... After much discussion she named him Dennis. There's a photo of Clara and Dennis and a carved bear statue attached. After Cooke City we crossed back into Wyoming and got on the Beartooth Highway through the Beartooth mountains. Along the way we came across a herd of cattle on the road. Several ranchers were there trying to get them to move along and one told us to just inch our way through. That's what we did! It was very funny and we all got a kick out of being among ...
... die… please.” He started the engine, put it in gear, and pointed it down the road. It was truly a crash course in driving as the truck bumped down the rough surface. He was caught in a dilemma- he wanted to go fast enough to get me help as soon as he could, yet it had to be slow enough so the truck would stay on the road. Cody hung on to the steering wheel for dear life as we bumped, swayed and slid our way down. By all rights we ...
... a guide and walked through a maze of steps and walkways in the 49 degree cave.
From there we started our drive to Cody. In didn’t take long to enter the plains of Wyoming. We drove up the mountain at Bighorn National Forest on what was an incredible, scenic ride over 8000 feet high mountains before heading down through the valley while surrounded by huge cliffs and rock formations. The Siennas brakes were put to a test due to ...
... 8230; I really mean it. You have a great future.” I guess no one had ever talked about his future, at least in a positive way. He just blushed again and started to clean up.
“Oh, no… you made the feast… I’ll clean up. It’s your turn to relax and go sit by the river.” He said okay and I cleaned up the dishes. When I finished, I walked down and slid into the chair next to him. His eyes were closed and ...
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