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We were a little concerned that route 14A might be closed at some point around Lovett due to signs we had seen before we crossed the mountain. We just checked with the welcome center and they said that our road is open clear to Cody, which would be our final destination for the ...
Day 3 started off with snow flurries at our campground but no wind today. We hit the road at 7:30 am, filled up with gas ($100) and then made at stop at Black Hills Harley Davidson to get a t-shirt.
Can I talk about personal hygeine for a moment. RV motorhome bathrooms are made for people that do not exceed 5'3" tall and under 100 lbs. The shower is sort of the size of a broom closet and for tall people, they have a ...
Left a sunny Shelby, MT at 1030 riding southbound on a deserted secondary highway with a hard following tailwind. A tailwind makes biking all the more enjoyable as it minimizes the buildup of air on your chest and face. I experimented with windshields in the 90's but never found a suitable one and I have eschewed them ever since, sticking with the pure experience of wind in the hair. At least as much as a full ...
... her back! It was a marvelous experience. Livvy and I would also make our way up the small current of the rocked in area and then lay in the water and let it pull us until we were against the rocks that kept us out of the river. Then was lunch in Mammoth. After which we walked around Mammoth Hot Springs. It was boiling hot water flowing down rocks that in some places looked like ice and in some red stone! After that we went to look at a petrified tree that had been ...
Today was a long drive. We left hill city South Dakota and headed west for Cody Wyoming. We stopped for lunch at Taco John in honor of Johnny and then proceeded to drive up the big horn portion of the Rocky Mountains. The drive was incredibly beautiful, and scary for me. While Dave and I were impressed with the sights, the kids barely gave it a glance. Then we were on Our way to Cody. The home of buffalo bill... Here ...