Margo's Mountain Suite
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... justice to the catharsis you feel when looking out at such an expanse. You can no longer believe yourself to be godly; it's freeing.
The cardinal rule when going to see a geyser: don't go where it's posted: Don't go. It was amazing to see them through the dense woods venting their frustrations in the air; scalding water plops upwards, and then is replaced with white steam. Quite colorful if you can get close enough; blues, greens, grays, whites, yellow and ...
... find the keys anywhere.”
We both peered inside the car and there, hanging in the ignition, were the car keys... and all four doors were locked... $%@t!!! I looked over my shoulder and the bear was edging ever closer. Luckily Ness was behind the car and I had the bear spray on me at the ready.
Thankfully the grizzly was still only focused on eating wildflowers and grass and wasn’t ...
... by placing a foot upon it and then standing there until 9 o’clock rolls around.
At precisely 9 o’clock a horn blows and pandemonium reigns. Collectors gather up the bricks under their feet first and then run around gathering as many others that they had singled out and carrying them back to their vehicles. This stage takes about 15 minutes and most of the bricks are claimed. Some “brickers” have been known to pick ...
... the memorial nevertheless.
The views of the Tetons coming this direction were amazing and well worth the extra drive time for us. Those views never get old. Gorgeous mountains. We spent a little time visiting Signal Mt and Jackson ...
... the artwork was more modern and included some large and small sculptures. The modern art was interesting, but I preferred the older period paintings.
The fifth and last section was the Cody Firearms Museum. It was a huge collection of mostly rifles and handguns of the old west. It was arranged by manufacturer, and showed the evolution of each manufacturers product line over time.Not being much of a gun ...