Blue Sky Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... s jacket in the backseat (I had it in my lap in the front seat). So whew! I was off the hook for ruining the trip and we were on our way...late but at least still going. It was very exciting to see the mountains today. We decided to head through the Beartooth Pass per my dad's recommendation. It connects Montana with Wyoming and ...
... After much discussion she named him Dennis. There's a photo of Clara and Dennis and a carved bear statue attached. After Cooke City we crossed back into Wyoming and got on the Beartooth Highway through the Beartooth mountains. Along the way we came across a herd of cattle on the road. Several ranchers were there trying to get them to move along and one told us to just inch our way through. That's what we did! It was very funny and we all got a kick out of being among ...
... afraid to step on his toes and flunk the class. She and her husband had been to Vietnam. The young people have no recollection of the war but the old ones do, she said. An elderly gentleman said to her: 'You are welcome in our country but we will never forgive you.'
At about this time my pc stopped cooperating. I had been getting messages that so many files were corrupted etc. etc., so I spent most of Tuesday trying to ...
After dinner we spent a little time in the teepee on the property of the motel (nice fire inside). I sneaked up the street and got us a couple cups of vanilla ice cream (with hucklberry syrup) for a late desert. We then retired for the night.
Cooke City is definitely one of the top "Coolest Small Towns" we visited. It ranks up there with Litiz, PA (but is so different).
So, our first experience of Yellowstone was via the Bluetooth Mountains – reputed to be amazingly beautiful and they did not disappoint at all! As we drove and climbed, clinging to the mountain sides, the sight of snow on the distant peak tops was so unbelievable in this August heat, that we all poo-pooed Kevin's claims. He was right of course and as the day progressed and we climbed, we ...