High Feather Ranch Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... better) a gentle breeze, but very warm. That is one thing with the dry heat down here. You don’t realize how hot it is and you don’t really sweat. This can be very dangerous to us tourists. We always bring our water and use our suncreen but I’m still glad we took the short loop. This loop takes us about 2 ½ hours of reasonably easy walking. We are done for the day. Time to go back and sit in some shade.
Today is another down day. ...
... start but soon we have power.....but still no showers. Time to boil the kettle for a sponge bath. All is good except its 45F outside and just as cold inside the van, its going to be a fast bath. And for all you that know me well, yes I am wining continuously to Gordon about the cold.
The next day we have a lovely cook up ...
... hill and you look up to this driverless cab and think got you you yanky doodle dandy and you ain't got no history and then you forget about him. All of a sudden on a straight at 85mph in heavy wind there he is in your mirror. Huge truck staring down at you passing and actually changing up a gear and dropping revs. Saying gotcha you earl grey drinking flippy floppy namby pamby english tosser. You feel your bike being sucked under the wheels. So ...
... Indian flavour. There are boutique shops and galleries with interesting pottery and local art. Lots of terracottas and turquoise and heaps of jewellery shops with local stones in beautiful Indian designs. It got cool as the sun set. We were now at 7000 feet. We walked across the road from our quaint motel to a little New Mexican cafe. Had an excellent meal for only ...
... the park to travel through the Grand Tetons on our way to Idaho. I made Kyle turn around at one point just before exiting the park because I located either a Coyote or Wolf den!! Kyle soon found out that driving through the Grand Tetons as night was a terrible idea. We came around a bend up in her mountains just before exiting Yellowstone and entering the Grand Tetons to find (what I thought was glass everywhere) shards of a headlight in the ...