Sunrise Motor Inn
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... tent campers.
I’ve met and talked with lots of them over the past few years. Despite the somewhat scary looks of some, they are generally open, friendly and helpful. Less “gang stuff” and more who just like to ride with like-minded adventurers. Been there, done that, got a closet full of the T-shirts. Three of them camped next to us. They went up over the Beartooth Highway to Red Lodge, and said the winds were ...
... 8220;Treasure Chest”, an antiques store which always draws me in. You never know what might be hidden on a shelf or in a corner and I find it fun just looking. Old stuff isn't always “antique” and antique doesn’t always mean it’s a treasure though it probably is or was to somebody. I have managed to find several items so far on this trip, though not in Buffalo.
“Sports Lure Too” is next- a rather large store full of ...
... to fly - I wasn't going to push it on him, but I am glad he tried it. He did a great job staying on altitude and course, as long as he had a mountain in front of him as a reference.
Clearing the Cascades, we could see the smoke from the terrible wildfires in the Okanogan region of North-Central Washington - these are the worst the state has ever seen.
As we crossed the state, Alex quietly read a book part of the way, and part of the way ...
... I wonder what the rivers on the way up to the ghost town of Kirwin will be like? I hope the Jeep will be able to ford them with no trouble.
I intended to stop in Bear Creek, Montana, on my way back to Cody for a piece of World Famous Banana Cream Pie, but the little restaurant had a sign on the door that it was closed due to a family emergency. I had a piece last year and it was the best I had ever eaten. Oh, well… I didn’t need it ...
... look at what life was like way back when. Even a real saloon with bullet holes in the door! This was the stomping grounds of Sundance Kid, Butch Cassidy, Annie Oakley, Calamity Jane and the like. It was quite interesting to see these authentic cabins and their contents.
What was disturbing came at the end. There was one tiny cardboard plaque with a quote from a Sioux chief that said his people never considered this place wild. They ...