The Lazy L and B Ranch
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- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... to Cody is a gorgeous motorcycle ride-one of my all time favorites. We checked into our hotel in Cody. Eddie and I went to the Harley shop and then we walked next door to Kings Inn (our hotel) to Bubba's for dinner. We had not stopped for lunch, so dinner was early. The Beauchamps arrived about 2 hours later. Beauchamps did 251 miles, the rest of us rode 211 ...
I could feel the history of the place pressing in as I went from building to building and in the mine company’s office we were even met with a ghost who allowed me to take his picture. I love stories and Kirwin is full of them- many forgotten. I hope to visit a few more ghost towns in Montana before this trip is through.
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... one of the more common square shapes, the wind would undoubtedly had taken it away.
Next morning the wind had subsided. I walked over to Amy (we had briefly talked to each other, when I came in the night before) to thank her and her husband for the delicious fish. It's called 'walleye,' and they fish a couple of hundreds a year and freeze them. They live in Rock Springs.
The next day I wanted ...
... we have seen a few artists creating beautiful pictures of this amazing area.
We kind of regretted not allowing for more time in Teton as the mountains especially took our breath away. We didn't end up doing any hiking which at the beginning of the trip was not the boys favourite activity. It's been so great to see their transformation into eager explorers of the trails. One of the many great things ...
... across a mountaintop, and one of the guys slipped. Luckily, Zach was there to catch him and, after a minute's daze, resettled himself, put his pack on, and continued along. The team was working very well together in a tough environment. Everyone was tired from climbing and the massive uphill in front of us was no serious motivator. But we continued along. We used maps and compass numerous times to validate our direction. There were cairns along ...