Lookout Inn GuestHouse & Suites
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... size of a cooked Ball Park Frank and warped in shape around the knuckle. Swollen for the next week, Lindsey soaked it daily in Boric acid (thanks to Arun Sambataro for playing the role of doctor and mother!). About four days later, she tested it out on the rock and taped it up well to protect it from certain movements and direct contact with ...
... over here welcome people to bring their dogs with them and had water bowls and free dog biscults for the four legged guests. While there a lady came through with a Blue Heeler X and we discussed what great dogs they are. We have seen about half a dozen Australian Cattle dogs on our travells to date.
Also sitting on the table next to us was a family with a boy who loved motorbikes so we showed him ours and gave him a little ...
... the position as they were found. The had an area where you could run your hands through them and another area along the hike where you could touch dinosaur bone still in the stone. I absolutely loved this! There were lots of rocks where you could still see the water ripples in the stone like what you see near the shore line at the beach. We hiked almost to the top of the trail (I'm having trouble with the sheer drop-offs. I didn't think I had a big problem with heights ...
... their smartphone to scan your credit card. Thanks VISA!
I sat at a covered table area near live music to eat brunch. Next to me was a shirtless kid from West Virginia who is in Boulder to study art and across from me was an older Boulder couple. We discussed pesticides, sustainability, climate change, community gardens... :) A guy across from me (about my age) and his teenage daughter joined in the conversation and I ended up talking ...
... Wyoming in the afternoon. Unfortunately our plan did not come to fruition when we all woke up at 9:30am. By the time we ate our complimentary breakfast and loaded up the car it was about 11am. Whoops. Another planning fail occurred when we realised the road we were going to take south from Yellowstone was closed due to snow until May 11th. This meant we had to zip across to Idaho and back into Wyoming adding a few 100 ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking