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... over the side, down in the deep, deep canyons is so pretty, but what goes up, must come down. The coming down is sometimes a little scary as the roads twist and come to sharp turns. I may have worn a hole in the floorboard on the passenger side of the car, from helping Butch to ...
... and then continued west again.
Our destination today was to be the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area (N.R.A). This is a little more than half way to Yellowstone, so we thought it would be a good place to spend the night.
In order to get there, we first had to cross the Bighorn Mountains; there are two routes to get there - 14 or 16. I read online that the route via 14 would be difficult for RVs because of the steep grade, so we went the ...
... finally the floor devoted to Yellowstone, adding to the recent knowledge we gained there.
Finally time to move on. Drove about 100 km, into dry desert country, in over 30 degree heat, passing Heart Mountain War Relocation Centre. This was one of ten concentration camps where Japanese-Americans evicted from the West Coast were interred from 1942 to 1945. (read Snow Falling on Cedars).
Arrived at Bighorn Canyon Nat. Rec. Area to camp. Camped overlooking the ...
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 ...
... for my liking, I asked Mike if he wanted to have breakfast and head out around 8:30. Sounded like a plan. Then I could walk in the evening.
Driving along I90 there isn't much to see except signs of what's coming up. When we came across a Prairie Dog Ranch, Mike decided to pull in and grab a couple of pictures of the little guys. They were cute, standing on their hind legs looking around.
We made it to the Badlands at about 10:00 am and took our first detour. ...