Clover Creek Inn
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Set off and drove to Bear Lake with Andrew and family following in their camper van. Set up camp on the lake shore. Kids went in the water, and kayaked, while we snoozed after lunch. Then had a paddle to confirm the water WAS cold. BarBQ dinner, constantly trying to keep Emerson out of the fire. Lovely spot and so good for us all to be able to relax and chat together, in a peaceful ...
The Garden City area along Bear Lake definitely caught us off guard. First, the size of the lake is astonishingly large and seems so out of place given the many miles we traversed prior to arriving here. It is a very pretty area, but clearly with a flare for tourism. While it was not overly crowded, the rental properties ...
We were traveling from one small town to the next, some of which barely had enough residents for it to be considered a "town" back east. As we exited Montpelier, I noticed what appeared to be an old abandoned church. Of course, as I have noted before, I enjoy photographing old buildings. So we quickly pulled to the side of the road and I snapped a few photos of this church ...
We were at the lake from July 2nd to October 10th.
Except for the decision to visit Lynn, Patrick and Lukas in Hawaii our plans were to spend quiet time ...... with occasional trips to Logan for the movies and sushi at Happy Sushi ....... and further afield to Salt Lake City for 'art' movies at the Broadway and dinner at Squatters.
Sam visited and we even got view a Moose that had taken up 'residence' up close and personal.
Then we ...
... at a local family restaurant -- great food there.
The next day, we pulled into Yellowstone National Park, and immediately started touring and taking pictures.
Our first stop was Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and service area. We were greeted by a herd of elk just hanging out on the green grass in front of the dining room. There were several men there directing traffic and making sure no one got too close to these giant animals. They can be very ...