BEST WESTERN PLUS Weston Inn
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... never again. We had to walk about ½ mile to get to the water, which is stinky and there is a layer of brine shrimp and flies to wade through. The lake is about 5 times saltier than the ocean, which makes it real easy to float. In fact, it is hard to keep your feet down underneath you. There is a paved road around the island and there is a herd of about 600 buffalo on the island. ...
... me. I absolutely loved it here. It seems we think everyday was the best of the trip only to be topped the next day. Hopefully this trend will continue. Sadly, our plans to visit a dinosaur fossil campsite had to be changed due to lack of time and added travel distance so we've opted to go to Bear Lake in ...
... that with inches to spare on both sides and people walking on the road. I was sure that I ran over someones toes. Anyway we made it well before dark and after seeing the very tight spots and several tries to line the RV's up, I knew it would have been impossible after dark. We will see what tomorrow brings. If you check daily this may not make it out since we have very little communication in the ...
OK, everyone wants to know where we are. We got up this morning packed up my RV, hooked up to Paul's truck as planned. Paul,Jean, Kathy and I headed out over the mountain to Cedar City, Utah. It took about 1 3/4 hours when we pulled into the KOA. I then waited while the lady at the KOA moved things around so we could stay several days in the same spot. I explained to her that once we dropped the RV there was no moving it until my truck ...
We left the KOA camp at 7:15 am. The last landmark we noted in Dillon was the stately building of University of Montana Western - it seemed out of place in this small town. As we passed Clark Canyon Reservoir, we noticed a huge bald eagle sitting quite nonchalantly on a fence post. When we passed Dubois, we saw a sign pointing to Crators of the Moon Lava Field which was formed some 15,000 to 20,000 years ago and still had active forces ...