I arrived in Buffalo WY the night of Sunday, August 30th. I have been through Buffalo previously but never hung around to see what the town had to offer. Neither did I really have a plan at this point of where to go next. The weather forecast showed a large low pressure system moving into western Montana bringing rain and even snow at high elevations. That suggested heading north to Billings and then up to Bozeman and Kalispell would be cold and wet. Let's not do that. Studying the map further, west of Buffalo is the Big Horn Mountains. Forty-seven miles of US16 over the Big Horns is known as the Cloud Peak Skyway which traverses Powder River Pass at 9,666 feet of elevation. That sounds attractive but after two and half days on the bike I'm ready for an off-the-bike day and Buffalo looks like a place that can keep me entertained for a day. US16 can wait until Tuesday. I had parked the bike two spots from the front door of the hotel and put the rain cover on it when I arrived - it would be fine. I was two days behind in my goal to walk 1,000 miles in 2020 so Monday's goal would be to walk nine miles. The hotel is near the freeway which is a mile or so out of town. The cemetery is on the far end of town. Any respectable cemetery is good for a mile of walking. Chances are good for nine miles. Monday's weather was high 50's and low 60's with overcast skies which made for pleasant walking. The first interesting structure I came across was the Catholic Church - with architecture and style totally fitting its location. I may be an atheist but I appreciate the beauty a building such as this brings to a community.