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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 ...
... dome on the ceiling/roof......it allows you to say good morning to your neighbor while you are taking a shower. Anyway, it is a real interesting ordeal. I am thinking about just hitting a car wash bay in the early morning hours before too many people are out and about....I would at least have some elbow room. God help you if you drop the soap bar in the shower, but that is another story.
We headed for Devis ...
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Many US states still do not have helmet laws and in my impressionable youth I used to take it off when riding but the truth is, it is just not comfortable. It is very noisy, you can't have tunes, you have to keep your lips pursed like Steven Seagal lest your mouth fill with air and I have no good place to put my helmet, other than on my head really. Also the old joke about bugs in the teeth ...
... 50 million years! There had used to be a whole forest that got buried by rock and ash. There were 3 remaining above ground, and two were chopped down leaving only one. Next we went to Tower Falls, a waterfall that we looked at between trees that had sun glinting through creating the perfect picture! Then we went to the canyon, which had another (bigger) waterfall. Grey rocks with colorful spots and a blue/green river went through the big canyon. We took 4 ...
... 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 ...