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... said she found it creepy & thought she heard screaming from the barns!!! Ummm We arrived in Sheridan at our B&B Hillside a beautiful restored house. The rooms were lovely and comfortable, the landlord a wee odd, but friendly & welcoming. We all rested on the porch drinking lemonade, eating home made cake & playing with the dog who was a corgi x sheep dog!! Our room had a massive jacuzzi bath which ...
... 8217;t been changed since…1950. We relaxed on the bed for the first time in ages and then did a bit of planning which involved looking into the weather for the next few days. Google weather had a warning of flash floods all across Colorado for the next 3 or so days. Not ideal when we are going to be in the Rockies in 3 days camping. I dug into this in more depth and we watched a video of a local reporter stood in about 6 feet of rain. Lots of discussions ...
... columns raising 865 feet. We were ambitious and walked the 1.3 mile Tower Trail around the base. Walked the paved trail in an hour and a half with numerous photo stops and a few rest stops. The tower is popular with mountain climbers. We saw several who were ascending to the top. Got Kathy a book and quilt kit along with the obligatory t-shirt.
Kathy really enjoyed it. She was surprised how spectacular it ...
... learning about the history of the area. But after a couple of hours in Cody it was time to move on.
Today we are following U.S. Hwy #14 which winds through the Big Horn Mountains. We drove through Shell Canyon, twisting and turning, navigating switchbacks climbing 9,000 feet to Granite Pass. We stopped once to enjoy the lookout and to let the Rialta cool down, but at the top of Granite ...
Friday, June 7th, Today we visited the Fort Phil Kearny Fort and Museum, and the Wagon Box Battle Site between the Soux Indians and the military. They removed the boxes from the wagons which were used to haul lumber and set the boxes in a circle to fight Chief Red Cloud as he was determined to destroy the outposts. After a battle that lasted all day, reinforcements from Fort Nelson convinced the Indians to give up once they ...
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