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... is a perfect place for a family reunion.
My friend Wayne joined me for the first week. After settling in, we wandered to the Thursday night ice cream social where two of the camp hosts served. They were a couple in their 80's; he had been the sheriff in Monterrey, California for 30 years and was mostly working with the horses at the resort. Our bowls of two large scoops of ice cream were $2 each. Saturday we joined a large ...
... We got some great photos and it was very exciting to see these huge creatures fairly close. Chris was beside himself as was I. We watched him for a good 10 minutes before the ranger came along and shooed him away due to the massive 'moose jam' he was causing on the road.
We drove past a very pregnant female Elk right on the road next and quickly took 1 picture and kept on driving, deciding we would only stop for big horn sheep and bears. Well shortly after ...
What a good day. Up late and then off to the park for a couple of walks. We went to the Holzworth historic site, where the first settler built his cabin in 1902 as part of the homestead act which gave 160 acres to folk in an attempt to populate the west. He disappeared without trace in1911 and a German family moved in from Denver. They'd had a restaurant and boarding house, but prohibition and the war forced them to move. The site was just about as it was when sold ...
... dish that was excellent. They also serve an appetizer of Fried Raviolis, which I ordered for old times' sake; St. Louis restaurants serve Toasted Ravioli--something I had never seen prior to moving there. When I ordered, in fact, I said, without thinking, that I would have the Toasted Raviolis, and it threw the waitress for a momentary loop. These were good; have some jalapeno or something in them that gives them some kick. Not the St. Louis original.
... collection of red sandstone monoliths. It could be a scene from Utah or Arizona. The rocks erupt out of the landscape and are a beautiful rusty red color. The park is full of locals, hiking the trails or climbing the rocky towers. It was fun to watch the technical climbers “summiting” the structures.
Back to the site for an early meal as we have lots of errands in the morning before a tedious journey towards Texas.