Robin's Nest Bed & Breakfast
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... from the park entrance.
Around 2:00PM we entered Shoshone National Park, met up with Jim and Annie 45 minutes later and drove to the campground. We returned to Jim and Annie's cabin for visiting, drinks, and dinner. On our way up the mountain, we stopped and got birthday cards and a cake for Pam who was trying NOT to celebrate her "double nickel" day! Ha, ha!!!!! We met up with Jim and Annie about 2:45, got the RV to the campsite and went to their ...
... days poor Yukon King would have had to run 35 miles to summon aid and then lead them back. I had not taken into account the fact that a ghost town would have no use for a cell tower and there might not be any reception so deep in the mountains especially during peak hours. Luckily Verizon has phantom power in its system and the signal got through. Lacey pushed the disconnect button and brought the phone to me. If they followed procedure, the ...
... had said good night and gone to bed and I went out to the kitchen to fix a snack for Cody and me. As I returned I saw Cody sitting on the floor in front of the fireplace with Bear lying against him. I stopped. Cody was staring into the fire.
“You know, Bear,” he said thoughtfully. “We have a lot in common, you and me. Two strays picked up by God and placed in a family.” Bear gave a soft whimper and nuzzled his hand. ...
... to eat or do other silly inconveniences. On top of all that thinking, I stopped to see Mount Rushmore today. It's quite majestic, but smaller than I had pictured in my mind. I took a walk around the lot, observed some interesting people, and snapped a few pictures. Definitely a great way to get out and stretch your legs. I also had the absolute pleasure of driving through the mountains. I think it was the most beautiful drive I've ever experienced. It ...
... is where I made my big mistake.You see, Alex is pretty fearless, but he is very susceptible to motion sickness.
I spotted the beacon on top of a mountain and then made one turn to line up for a photograph. As I came by, Alex suddenly told me he was hot and not feeling good,so I leveled the wings and started a climb. Unfortunately, in the afternoon heat, the climb from about 5,000' to smooth, cool air at 11,000' seemed to take forever. Even up high, there was ...