Baymont Inn & Suites Pinedale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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Having had a simple dinner last night, the boys were prepared for our free breakfast this morning. When we got to the restaurant, the manager immediately approached Lulu and told her that he had had complaints about the breakfast buffet from some guests. Consequently, he was going to have us order from the menu. Never shy when it comes to food, Milo ordered the "Mountain Man ...
... girl about the identification of his kill. The heavily tattooed and pierced girl responded, still a little grossed out, "uh, a magpie?!" Cheerfully, Rob left the store, knowing what type of bird to tell the boys at golf that he had killed. The second kill was not as spectacular and we didn't get to carry it with us at all, just bounced off the front grill, but had an impressive "thud" much like you would expect a ...
... a ridge called
the Sweetwater Rocks-370 feet deep, 1,500 feet long, and only 50 feet
wide in places."
Tony and I didn't explore this little site but here is some interest info on:
Martin's Cove "is a sagebrush-covered tract of several hundred acres, surrounded by
rocks near Devil's Gate on the Sweetwater River. It is named for the
Martin Handcart Company, ...
... home he lives in with one of the other interns, and we were excited to be back with family again.
With only a quick breakfast stop along the way, we arrived in Lander in the early afternoon and met up with Jake and his climbing buddy at a local deli for some sandwiches. We then loaded up his minimal gear in the car, and headed off again.
We ended up taking a classic "shortcut" at ...
... before touring around town and checking out the options for RV parks. They are doing road construction through town (which actually appears to be making the roads worse, the new intersections have some of the biggest dips in them that I have ever seen) so the only RV park in the city limits wasn’t an option. We stopped in at the Chamber/Visitor Center and got information on a couple of parks we had seen on our drive into town and ended up with a spot at Wind ...