Day 8 – Monday

18 Aug

The sunrise looks beautiful across the roofops from our motel room window. We’re on the second floor and luckily could leave the curtains  open all night because there was no one to see in.

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Sammy likes this king sized bed and would like to take it with us but we must get up. We have buffalo to see and “many miles to go before we sleep.”

Scoria is used for gravel on some of the back roads. Underground lignite in ND and when burnt up turns to scoria, its ok for road gravel but soon gets purverized into dust. Hence the name Old Red Trail, formerly known as Fort Keogh Trail.
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We stopped in Hebron for a break along the scenic byway for a snack.
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