Hickory House Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... The place I chose had Teepees!
Pulled into Fairmont RV Park and hoped that we could get a site without a reservation. The thing that caught my eye was "24 hour laundry" which i knew would be a big seller and got situated. The kids first priority wasn't to eat or get out and relax or anything like what you might expect from four teens. They all immediately said, "let's do laundry!!!" It was officially ...
... serious, at around lakeside 6300 feet and gains no matter which direction you chose to travel. After three days or so acclimation takes place if one is active and makes the exercise much easier and palatable.
Our daughter, Lisa and her guy, Rich got hear on Thursday and added much goodness to the trip. We love to spend time with them and have them sleep under the same roof as we. On the Fourth, our son Joe and his Lady Mel came for the day to enjoy ...
... after all. At least for the moment... I bulked up for the ski with sausage, eggs and fried potatoes. A bit of Frank's and all was good.
The breakfast was far superior to the ski, however. With temps so high, even wax-less skis have a tendency to stick. The photos show it better than I can explain. Suffice it to say that your stuck to the ground as though you were over a strong magnetic field. If you've ...
... pale moisture.
Today, we plan to wash windows. It was my idea, actually. We found a formula for streak-free window washing not requiring drying the glass. We'll report on how well it works.
This AM, when I arose about 6:30, the fog lay peacefully about the bay and on up into the Pintlars. Another sign of the peace up here. We plan to stay until Tuesday and ...
ok so slightly bummed i left yellowstone without going to tetons...but i decided u got to roll with the punches. so Shima and I agreed to creep directly north along the western edge of the rockies up to glacier national park. unfortunately we had no plan and also were told that almost all campgrounds were not opened for a couple more weeks. so i was a little nervous and just decided to move onward and upward. ...