Our Great Western Adventure ~ September 2013 ~ Installment #12 ~ Sundance

No, not the town that you’re thinking of, Sundance Wyoming. Why did we go there you may ask? Because once again, that was the closest town with a hotel to Devils Tower National Monument.

It’s kinda of out in the middle of, well, nothing and nowhere, but once you spot America’s first National Monument, it’ll take your breath away.

We spent a good part of the day at the park, hiking around the base of the igneous intrusion, that’s what it’s called, I thought it was a granite tower. We tried to have a picnic lunch, but the bees were everywhere and unrelenting.

Trying to find dinner in a very small town can be a challenge, but I had done my homework. Aro Restaurant, very unassuming and homey. Each of us ordered a burger and sweet potato fries that came with ‘yam butter’. When our waitress came back to check on us, I had to ask, what is yam butter. She gave me the basic recipe, combine butter, brown sugar, cinnamon and butterscotch topping. I know it sounds crazy, but it works! Dessert was one of the daily special pies, chocolate and peanut butter with a meringue topping, very good.

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4 thoughts on “Our Great Western Adventure ~ September 2013 ~ Installment #12 ~ Sundance

  1. Patrons of the Pit November 6, 2013 at 9:18 am Reply

    Ah wow, you know how to live. I’ve been to that big old stump a couple of times, and it is certainly different to look at. Good times.

    Aloha Auntiedoni!

    • auntiedoni November 6, 2013 at 11:06 am Reply

      Yep POTP, sure glad we got us a

        America The Beautiful

      pass from NPS, `cuz our tirp ain’t done yet… enjoy the ride.

  2. Krystle March 26, 2018 at 5:03 pm Reply

    Those fries look delicious! 😊

    • auntiedoni March 26, 2018 at 5:41 pm Reply

      … and that Yam Butter was surprisingly delicious!
      This restaurant has been sold, it’s now Joni J’s, just in case you do go 😉

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