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Traveling along in these beautiful mountains. They look like paintings. God is the artist. It is getting dusk, and it is misting rain, now. We keep seeing signs that say road closed go back to Greybull when flashing. Thank God, they are not flashing!!!! Traveling up these mountains ...
... route via 16.
Crossing over the Bighorn Mountains was really beautiful and high! At the top we were at 10,000 ft. We also saw signs that told us the rocks we were passing through were 2-3 billion years old!
I'm glad we took 16 because it was still very steep and coming down the backside of the mountain, we had a really long descent. we even had to pull over to let our brakes cool off for a bit.
Once we got over the mountain pass, we ...
Cody is the town founded by William Frederick Cody. "Buffalo Bill" Cody, 1846-1917, was a scout, bison hunter and showman. The town has really cashed in on his fame with nightly stampede, daily shoot out in the main street and dozens of museums. Everyone wears a cowboy hat.
We started with Old Trail Town, a collection of wooden buildings gathered from all over Wyoming, plus wagons, furniture, clothes, guns etc. The actual site Buffalo Bill Cody chose for the town ...
We were a little concerned that route 14A might be closed at some point around Lovett due to signs we had seen before we crossed the mountain. We just checked with the welcome center and they said that our road is open clear to Cody, which would be our final destination for the ...
... descended we were greeted by a vast expanse leading to the lake prior to Lovell. It was our fear that, due to the flash flooding that had occurred in surrounding areas over the past several days that the road to Lovell was washed out or under water. Fortunately, neither were true and we were able to continue, unhindered, with our trip.