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... by the hotel staff it’s a historic landmark and worth seeing. Envisioning a small rustic building I drive past the post office twice before I find it, it’s a massive sandstone building that I’ll later find out was completed in 1907. Next stop the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane, Mount Moriah Cemetery. Wild bill met his demise here in Deadwood in 1876 at the hands of Jack McCall. Wild Bill was shot in the back of the head ...
... the task at hand. When it gets dark out here, it gets dark. There are no lights, except your car headlights. You loose all your bearings and feel utterly alone. At this point I was just praying little Cruzer didn't break down in the middle of bear country. When we finally made it off the mountain and were driving without guardrails next to us I felt a little more at ease. The town of Cody was another 45 minutes ahead so I pushed on to make it there since I knew it was ...
... the same people always keep us waiting - Ernie and Dave who both have video cameras. She asked if anyone else wanted to say anything and Ernie had a rant about not stopping when he wanted to take photos or video (which he wants to do all the time), and doing too much in a day which makes him feel rushed and then he forgets things, because he is 73 years old blah blah blah. I responded that we ...
... to experience, we had decide what to do and where to go. Of course, Yellowstone National Park, our ultimate destination, was first and foremost. Because the park is so vast, we chose to take two full days, drive the grand loop, a figure eight of an upper and lower loop, that intersects the center of the park. Mike and I pretty much spent the entire time in Yellowstone with our eyes popped out and our jaws dropped. It is that spectacular.
... the turn towards the east entrance and came upon a car pulled over and a lady with a camera looking to the side of the road. I slowed… and there it was, a bear happily enjoying himself in a huckleberry patch. I quickly pulled over but stayed in the truck. The bear didn’t seem to care so, after a minute or so, I got out, keeping the Jeep between us. He was about 30 feet away and a closer look revealed… huge size, small ears, ...