Triple Creek Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Hot tub
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... see us staying. We continued on to Lake Como, but that was disappointing; it was a pay swimming hole, so we passed. We did find an incline that Charlie climbed down - he later told me he found an intact deer skeleton along the creek. We stopped at People's Groceries, which Charlie said was small but quite good. Back at camp, we spent our afternoon relaxing with short walks and two swims (we had the pool to ourselves for a long time). During ...
Today we left Yellowstone behind and enjoyed a trip through mountains and valleys to the Triple Creek Lodge in Darby Mt. We visited the Roosevelt Arch at the North Entrance to Yellowstone, followed the Yellowstone, Gallatin, and Bitterroot rivers as we made our way to the Bitterroot Mountains in Mt. We enjoyed excellent food and drink at the Lodge and Sally found her first TV in 6 days Tomorrow we float the Bitterroot River fly fishing and then pan for ...
... my Blackberry and I don't know why, yet. Following highway 90 was quite different from highway 95 as this years route took me along the river which was both scenic and serene. I loved the sound of silence when I stopped to take a picture of some fishermen as they silently floated down the river. They appeared to be in their bliss and did not seem to be aware of my ...
Minnetonka Cave is the largest limestone rock cave in the state of Idaho (north end of Bear Lake)
it is so close to being in Utah we decided to post it here. we highly recommend visiting this place if you are in the Bear Lake area.
... brought our ATVs and took a ride up to Iron mountain, but didn't quite make it to the lookout, because one of the ATVs was not running properly. It was absolutely gorgeous, regardless of our carbon footprint. We played cards, hiked, ate like kings, made smores, soaked, and enjoyed eachothers company. Something my extended family has not gotten to do for quite some time. I love the countryside and want to go back soon. ...