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Old 06-21-2013, 02:11 AM   #11
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Ouray Colorado. Gods country!!! Then down 550.
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If you have never been to Yellowstone, it is a must see. In Cody,Wy is the Buffalo Bill Museum, it is awesome! Several other sights in Cody also. On the way go thru the Bighorn Mountains, it is a very pretty drive.
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Just take lots of pics to post when you get back...full report...
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I looked at Ouray on Google Earth. That has possibilities. Thanks
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I'll do my best. Maybe I can get Anna to come along and be our official photographer.
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I looked at Ouray on Google Earth. That has possibilities. Thanks
Keep in mind this is coming from an offroad junkie but in order to see the San Juans you need to leave the pavement. There are a number of jeep rentals in Ouray and if you have the time rent one and head up into Yankee boy Basin and at least to the top of Imogene. I would recommend going over into Telluride and back. Makes for an awesome day trip. They offer guided tours as well so all you would have to do is set back and take pics to post when you get back.
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If you have never been to Yellowstone, it is a must see. In Cody,Wy is the Buffalo Bill Museum, it is awesome! Several other sights in Cody also. On the way go thru the Bighorn Mountains, it is a very pretty drive.
HW, we will be traveling from Gillette Wyoming to Cody, and crossing the Bighorns. We have two route options, North through Sheridan or south through Buffalo. Which do you think is more scenic?
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Beaglesam if you're going to be in Cody this is just up the road, Bear Tooth pass


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My wife and I are planning a trip west. South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana and Colorado. We will be in Custer, SD for four or five days and then traveling to Wyoming, Montana, possibly Idaho and then back home stopping in Denver. What are our must see's and do's. Sights, museums, restaurants, anything that you think might be interesting.
What a great trip, I Have hunted a lot of those areas and there will be plenty to see and do. Have fun and be safe.
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Thank you everyone for the suggestions.
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