Moose Creek Lodge and Suites
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... ended up buying hoodies - including me. After we left the rodeo we went to a typical western saloon for drinks. This was a really good night because we had control of the music playlist and we all had a great time singing and dancing. As a large group we all danced to the Cupid shuffle and the wobble and we even encouraged members of the public to join in. It was a really long and tiring driving day but it was a brilliant ...
I was going to leave Cody for a few days and travel down to the middle part of the state to Atlantic City near South Pass on the Continental Divide. Atlantic City is so named because it is on the Atlantic side of the Divide.
HOWEVER- I experienced a problem with my trusty old Dell computer: when I turned it on, it turned itself off after five seconds… over and over. I tried unplugging it- no difference. Oh well, I had a back-up ...
... Had the best chilli for lunch. Met a waiter from Orleans Virginia who knew people we know! That was crazy. Set up camp at the KOA. we are here for 2 days then move down the road for a day. We didn't book here until last week and we were lucky to get in for 2 of the days. Everything was booked up. Lots of people traveling to and from Sturgis and seeing parks along the way. Tomorrow its the Beartooth Highway then we visit the town of Cody and the museum for a ...
... 3 nights!
Our wonderful hosts, Linda and Mike had done a fantastic job making this inside / outside space homely yet at one with nature and it never once felt like we were just staying on someone's porch!
Our room was equipped with a huge and extremely comfortable wooden bed, two rocking chairs, a sofa area and huge canvas curtains for privacy or to keep any cool night breezes ...
Four days on the road, twenty hours in the car driving, over 1,300 miles travelled.
The first day (Friday) wasn't long driving. We stopped at a theme park just outside of Chicago, Six Flags Great America. We hoped it would be quiet, but I can only assume school holidays have started already out here as it was busy. The queues were long. We tried being strategic about it and did the rides without long queues first. They were the water based rides. ...