BEST WESTERN Yellowstone Crossing
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... music and we almost always have songs running through our head. Frequently, our over-active minds make up new lyrics to the music of familiar songs to fit what is happening at the time. Over the course of the day, we came up with the above verses!
We awoke early today (6 AM!) in order to ride a bit before breakfast. The forecast was for hot weather by afternoon and we wanted to get ...
... through pretty countryside on a long drive to Rapid City. Stopped at the Crazy Horse monument, which is unfinished and been worked on for years, but it has a big industry all set up around it with shops and parks and so forth. A huge icecream in the shop there was nice. Rapid City is quite big, and has lots of shops, bars and restaurants. We've go 2 nights here. We did a load of washing as the first ...
... from dinner at a cowboy chuck wagon cookout and it was lots of fun. When our bus was about to turn off into the track to the bush camp, two bandits on horses circled us, and then one came on demanding our money, and all that stuff. We were all handed nice red kerchiefs to put around our necks, and we chose our own cowboy type hats to wear, and after a delicious steak and beans dinner at long tables under canvas, we sat ...
We had an early start, on the road by 8am, another fine but cool morning. First stop Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the Badlands of western North Dakota. Again we watched a great doco in the visitor centre. Then headed out on a 36 mile scenic loop around the park, seeing lots of cute little prairie dogs ( like meerkats), quite a few bison, ...
... Here at Pompey's Pillar National Monument is a signature of William Clark carved on softstone (see picture). It was quite neat to be standing exactly in a location 200+ years later where William Clark stood. I also want to give kudos to the ranger at the pay booth for letting us in the park for free since it was near closing time. The rangers here were very nice and helpful as well. Highly suggest you come see this if ...