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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... them almost everyday. The town has lots of amazing art sculptures in front of shops and government offices. The main event in this town is Fly Fishing for Trout and every shop sells gear and hand made flies. A quiet and quaint little town.
... to take you up the next hill - which doesn't happen when you stop to take a picture! But it was still very doable, and well worth the stops.
Henry's Lake is a large lake in a huge basin surrounded by mountains. More pictures, but they really don't do it justice. At the far end of the basin, we finally left the town of Island Park; it bills itself as having the longest Main Street (US 20) in the US - 23 miles long! We'd hoped to pick ...
... and gold. I saw mines for garnets and rubies. We also went through Ennis and Virginia City, they are very quaint little towns that would be interesting to visit. We set-up and relax for the night. While setting up, our neighbors come and say hi and we had a good conversation. They are from Oregon, they gave us a couple of tips on where to visit in Oregon. We didn't make dinner as we had stopped in West Yellowstone to eat. We had a drink, relaxed and went to ...
... behind. 3 miles later I was finished - hurray - having seen some fantastic scenery as we ran by the river with the sun coming up and the mist rising over the water.
After a quick breakfast we were off on the next leg of the journey, heading North East and following the Salmon river downstream. It was a single lane road all the way - initially following the path of the river through canyons and steep sided valleys - very picturesque. We ...
... game - calf branding. A celebrated occasion, this display of calf roping, horsemanship and strength is a male dominated arena (not to say I was wanting to flip cows for a whole day). Whereas the 'wag' team, me included stood at the edge ready to assist the leather chap and spur clad cowboys with their every need - beer, syringes, tags and red hot branding irons. A traumatic, but necessary experience for the barely handled calves, the atmosphere was thick with ...