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Gillette Wyoming 2008

BMW MOA Gillette Wyoming

Bob Daigle, Scott, and Tommy Zeringue an extended trip to the BMW MOA Rally in WY, during July 2008. The met in Shreveport, LA on Friday, July 10. On we rode to Amarillo, TX where we had to the steaks at The Big Texan. The special is a 72 oz steak with all the trimmings.

eating this complete in one hour will get the meal

Sunday’s ride was through the corner of New Mexico where we for a side trip up to the crater of Mt. an extint volcano. From we crossed Colorado to enter south of Laramie.

To our surprise, we found a cajun in Laramie. The owner was from and the food was real cajun. even had filet for the gumbo.

spending a night in Laramie, we across Wyoming to Grand National Park. We stayed in a in Moran, just outside the After unpacking, we proceded to Hole.

The Tuesday morning was 40 degrees at the cabin, and once on the it dropped even lower. as much clothing as we could, we into Yellowstone National In Yellowstone, we visited some of the the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, and around Yellowstone Lake. there, Bob headed to Cody to time at the Buffalo Bill Museum and Mike and I continued Yellowstone and riding the Chief Scenic Highway, a must route in the area.

This was a 47 mile route lots of curves, switchbacks, and any traffic. The highway terminated north of Cody, where we met Bob at the

Bob rode to Gillette Wednesday while Mike and I again the Chief Joseph Highway. On Chief Joseph, we took the through the Bear Tooth This highway took us the higher elevations crossing Wyoming to Montana. Even in the of the summer, there was still at the higher elevations. We stopped in Red for delicious hamburgers at the Cabosse.

We then headed east Montana and returned to Wyoming of Gillette. We arrived at the rally late that evening.

ride was to Devil’s Tower, the of the UFO landings in the movie Close of the Third Kind. An American legends tell of six Lakota girls who were picking when they were by bears. Feeling sorry for the Great Spirit raised the beneath the girls.

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The bears tried to climb the but fell off, leaving scratch marks on the sides. is only one of the many legends with the tower.

Mike and I to visit the Crazy Horse that is being constructed out a in South Dakota. Unfortunately for me, I one of the lens in my eyeglasses before into South Dakota. I was to find a Lenscrafters in Rapid and since I could not see that with only one lens, led me to Rapid City.

I spend the of the afternoon getting an eye exam and before returning the to rally Mike went on to see the Crazy Monument.

Saturday, I headed out alone to Deadwood, SD, the location of the saloon Wild Bill Hickok was He is buried in a cemetery in Deadwood with Calamity Jane.

I had to return to work on Tuesday, I towards home on Sunday, 997 miles to reach Vernon, TX. Had I I was only 3 miles short of a I would have rode the block to reach the 1000 Mike and Bob continued the trip for a few more.


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