- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 ...
... RV campground in the next town. We both knew at that point, even though our intended campground up along the canyon was only an hour away, we were not going to risk it. So we got back out on the scary highway with the high winds for just 7 more miles, checked in at the campground, and settled in for the night. About two hours later the storm passed, so maybe we could have made it eventually, but safety first!
Tomorrow is a new day and we are headed to ...
... Gold Coast, travelling in an RV they had purchased in UK and brought in via Nova Scotia.
Then the Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, described as the Smithsonian of the West! An amazing museum for such a small town, built in 1969 and revamped in 2002. Five wings but we only managed about half.
Amused as we entered to see a notice which said "Non-concealable firearms not allowed. Please check in at ticket desk". Meaning that I could carry a pistol in ...
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.