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... mammals to see in the parks, we now only have the grizzly bear left of the great mammals. We saw a black bear in the Great Smoky Mountains.
We drove farther south to the town of Pinedale, and checked into our hotel after dinner at a local Mexican restaurant, where the boys practiced their Spanish (which they get taught in school).
Swimming in the hotel pool. Shower. Bed time.
... over the cab to not only kill the poor thing, but to impale it's lifeless body securely, for safe keeping, between the windshield and the bottom of the bunk! When we stopped for coffee and a top off of gas, (the RV and I are always thirsty) Rob pried the bird out with a stick, much to the horrified look on the cashiers' face peering out the window at Rob as I was paying for the coffee. Rob came in and casually ...
... a ridge called
the Sweetwater Rocks-370 feet deep, 1,500 feet long, and only 50 feet
wide in places."
Tony and I didn't explore this little site but here is some interest info on:
Martin's Cove "is a sagebrush-covered tract of several hundred acres, surrounded by
rocks near Devil's Gate on the Sweetwater River. It is named for the
Martin Handcart Company, ...
... wait for 10 to 15 minutes. Use cold water to wash off the paste. Jojoba oils and Argan oils lessen the secretion of sebum while keeping the skin moisturized that is why they are considered as a fantastic alternative for moisturizers that are chemical-based. Aloe Vera is a great natural solution against swelling and soothing you from the discomfort due to acne. Tea tree oil is an anti-fungal and anti-bacterial agent which functions as a ...
... anymore, but wanted to see the river and surrounding area. Once you enter the Bridger National Forest everything is public land. The river is fairly good sized and although it was running full, the water was still clear and fishable. By the time we got to Dollar Lake we decided we had gone far enough for the day, plus the wind was coming up and it was raining on and off again. We were about 50 miles from camp so we turned around and headed for home. It wasn’t ...