Trails End Motel Sheridan
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... useful. I use it so much over here. This evening we decided to walk the 0.8 mile from the hotel to the 'rib & chop grill' but clearly we are mad Brits as pavements ceased and car drivers looked on in amazement. It really confused the restaurant staff when we walked in through the back door! 'Gee I just love your accent' they all say. 'Well actually I quite like yours too' I reply which really spooks ...
... of a sudden he caught us and looks to pass. More twistys so we blow him away, next straight he's at us again.
3 or 4 RV's ahead so we blast past those and the Cobra comes off second to the Harley's.
We had our first look at the Bighorn Mtns today complete with snow capped tips in some areas. They are massive and we'll look forward to riding higher in the next few days.
Into Buffalo Wyoming, a quaint little town, a ...
... the next segment with interviews, I left it recording while beginning to pull out to the lot and the tracking was going crazy so i asked Sraddha to pull the plug on the power to shut it all down.
Haven't finished viewing it yet and will finish next time we have shore power along with satellite reception. Probably the weekend when we get out of the Black Hills and Badlands into midwest.
And now you know......
... east entrance was restricted so we decided to head south via WY 120 to Thermopolis and picked up WY26 through the Wind River Canyon scenic highway. Absolutely beautiful! We have been to Yellowstone a few times so it was a treat to have this route be so spectacular. We crossed the Continental Divide at 9,549 feet. RV struggled. Coming down the other side we again had to stop for cowboys on horses and 4wheelers herding cattle.
Sheridan, Wyoming is where we decided to get off the road for two weeks and put a temporary hold on our "life of leisure". We had joined a group called "RV Care-A-Vanners", who are composed basically of full-time RVer's traveling around the country building homes for Habitat For Humanity. We signed up for a home building in Sheridan, and it also happened to coincide with their annual Rodeo Week. The home to be built was for a single, low-income mom ...