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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and Milo thus rented a canoe for two hours and took off on Jackson Lake. Lulu kept Noah company while he played on her iPhone, and she caught up with old New Yorkers. Milo thoroughly enjoyed the canoe experience, and it was a good thing he and Mark had their Mountain Man Breakfasts this morning as it was quite the workout. After Milo and Mark got back, Noah suddenly claimed he also wanted to ...
... bird to make. These birds are not very smart, how could they not hear/see us coming??
It is 8:30am and we see the beautiful mountains in the distance ahead of us. The kids are still asleep. There is a tanker in front of us dropping stones, that most assuredly will be shattering our windshield! The mile sign said 88 miles to Jackson, Wyoming! Excited fists!
We just did our 3000th mile in Jackson, Wyoming!
... 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, ...
... push through we did. But boy was it raining thereby turning what would have been a great ride through the mountains into a white-knuckle affair.
While we were looking at dinosaur bones (millions of dead things buried in rock layers laid down by water all over the earth, as Ken Ham is fond of saying) the rain let up and we were able to stow the rain gear - hopefully for good. ...
... the Rock Rabbit café/coffee shop/restaurant – this is the hippie/grateful dead kind of place in town. They have good coffee, tea and other beverages as well as a nice selection of food. We enjoyed the funky décor and music (SiriusXM "The Spectrum") while having our lunch. We then followed the signs to one of Pinedale’s main attractions, the Museum of the Mountain Man. This is a must see if you are in the area. The quality is excellent, there are lots ...