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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Today I woke up very happy because I slept in until 11.
- I got on the road at 1 and grabbed myself a Starbucks!-5$
- Drove and stopped off in Greybull at around 4 to grab a bite to eat at Mcdonalds-6$
- I then found Greybull motel and went to sleep- $70
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 ...
This morning when we woke up we first drove to go rafting. I was really looking forward to being able to paddle and steer, but it upset me when we got into the raft and the guide said that only the people in the front (dad and jordan) got to steer. So, for the trip, Jordan, Livvy and I switched off after every couple of rapids. The water was a little warmer than ice, and the river flowed between two gold hills and beyond those hills were red and gray mountains. ...
... to eat at the original buffalo bill hotel but it was too busy so we ate at an Italian restaurant instead. The highlight of today was the rodeo. We all donned our cowboy hats and mosied on over. The kids even had a chance to catch a calf. After the rodeo, we drove to Yellowstone. Unfortunately, it was dark when we arrived so we were unable to enjoy the sights. However, with three days here, we'll see some more ...
... were there we found an abandoned camera bag with some really nice lenses in it. Luckily there was a business card ion it. I called the number and the owner was totally happy we found it. We're driving through the town he lives so we can drop it off easily. He even offered us a free print for our good deed. Totally not necessary, but we'll take it. And what a great life lesson for the ...