Hawley Mountain Guest Ranch
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Today was a day of down and all around. There were steep grades up, steep grades down, steep grades around curves, ( including "S" curves) and of course plenty of semi's to avoid that would go maybe 25 mph up the hill and quite possibly 80 mph down the hill. I could never seem to shake the same ones as we were constantly passing one ...
Hi everyone. What a fantastic day we had today. Started out from Billings Montana, then into Wyoming and back to Montana over the Beartooth highway. The highway started out from Red Lodge and ran for about 50 miles with many hairpin turns climbing over 11,000 feet. Ran into rain, hail, sun and oh my god winds, gusting maybe 70 mph or so. Took great pictures and while M J ...
... exchange, and were swarmed by mosquitos, I did
not think they liked the cold.
Eventually we arrived at the famous “Old Faithfull” geyser
where the area is full of geo thermal activity. The crowd built over about 45
minutes and sure enough, right on time the Old Geyser did its thing to the oohs
and aahs of the masses. What a show.
After fuelling we set of around ...
We went to the Timberline Cafe for breakie..I had a lovely omelette ...everything comes with has brown ..not the McDonald's variety ..nicer. Left for the Grizzly Bear and Wolf discovery centre. This was our only opportunity to see bear and wolf...bear are currently in the mountains feeding on berries....and wolves are far from people as they can . The bears were gorgeous ....five were out ...looking for a variety of food that was hidden. Then brother ...
Today started with a light rain in the campground. This was a blessing as it was cool and very comfortable. The Chuck Wagons had breakfast at the campground ( coffee and oatmeal ) and then got on the road at about 0830. The initial riding was through highway 14 out of Sheridan to Cody and the road was absolutely wonderful. The rain held on into the mountains but the roads were dry and the temps were cool for a very refreshing change from the past few days. Once ...