A Mooseberry Inn B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... conditions. I had never seen such a thing before, just studied it once in college. Josh pointed them out; he said they always see them up here but they never knew what they were. After gazing at the strange and unique horizon, we continued on. I would like to give a big shout out to the wolves who recovered my favorite coffee mug! Thank you; I never would have found it! We got to the Flats and started the second half of our trip. About 1/2 mile across, we were ...
... from the guys, but slept okay overall. The next morning, we slept in a little bit and then had bacon and pancakes. I was disappointed Lil Buddy, ur resident weasel, had not shown himself yet, but I put some bacon out for him anyway. With the recent snowfall, it was hard to tell if any of the tracks around the cabin were his. While getting the snowmachines ready for the day's ride, Josh noticed an eerie discovery on the tree outside the cabin: bear hair, nearly ...
... the cabin the following day, but -44 degree temperatures prevented this. If it is -44 at home, you can bet that it was almost -60 on the flats, as they are significantly colder. Due to cold weather, the trip to First Cabin would have to wait til the next week up. We were estatic to have finally made it!! The massive moon rose above the hills over the Flats as the setting sun cast its twilight glow. Things were finally starting to look up for ...
... we awoke on the morning of the 23rd, it was painfully obvious that fall was no more. The snow had melted but the temperatures had been steadily dropping to single digits at night, and not much warmer in the day. Today, a icy cold wind had picked up and it was hard to stay warm. Our big plan of the day was to head into Three Horns Valley again. All the moose tracks were leading there, a place where three valleys and three rivers meet. This was the moose breeding area, and ...
... reached the even steeper Hump, we would go up the same way. Ball Hill, the Vortex, and Scar Valley were manuevered easily with only a few minor setbacks, although due to the sheer weight of the trailers they were getting stuck often. Finally, the impending Hump loomed ahead. With a plan already in place, I started up the near verticle hill. I got a running start, but halfway up, you have to make a sharp left into an S Curve and then continue the rest of the way. I was almost to ...