The Village Inn of Skaneateles
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Travel Blogs from Skaneateles
July 6, 2014
We awoke to a cool Montana morning. I whipped up omelets and toast for breakfast. Pidge and his wife, Peggy, stopped by for a nice visit and gave us tips on what to see in the area. The Harley headed to Butte via Pony, Montana. Pony, an old mining town, has a bar and several buildings in various stages of crumble. We had to U-do-it and go back the way we came because ...
... Boy. It was good to have a day of downtime in a comfortable, well-furnished cabin. We drove into town so I
could upload pics to Facebook and my travel blog. In town Bud bought a beautiful antler knife crafted by local artisans. I found a very nice grocery store and got supplies to make fried chicken, mashed potatoes and broccoli casserole. We simply rested for the evening.
... glacial lakes. We had a wonderful lunch at a Mexican restaurant called Three Little Piglets in Jackson Hole, Wyoming; fresh salsa and an amazing taco salad. Perfect. We drove the Grand Teton Scenic Byway back into Yellowstone and cruised by the campground to go visit Old Faithful. There were so many tourists there. The parking lots were jammed, the gift shops were shoulder-to-shoulder, and ...
... They served up hand-patted hamburgers with home-cut French fries. It was good! We found a campsite at Soda Butte campground in Shoshone National Forest. I was just a little concerned with all of the grizzly caution signs and aggressive mosquitoes the size of hummingbirds. Buddy unloaded the bike and we took off for the Bear Tooth Highway and Red Lodge, Montana. On my, it truly is an amazing ride! More hairpin turns, freezing ...
... 8230;wait…isn’t that an old western show?? The speed limit was 80 mph, holy cow, that means traffic was moving at 90 mph. Oh wait, there was no traffic. Did you know that Wyoming is the least populated state in the nation? Yep, I believe it.
There was an incredibly thick haze cloaking what I thought were monstrous mountains ahead; Big Horn National Forest. It looked like Bejing during ...
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