BEST WESTERN Cross-Winds Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... The scenery was breathtaking and we took so many pictures. We stopped at about 7 pm and hitched our tent. I checked my phone and we had trekked about 25 miles into the woods. We made a fire and ate sandwiches and slept under the ...
... Point about a mile out with a gradual incline all along the cliff, about 2000 ft high....yes very close to the edge at times no railings kiddies. My travel book suggested it was a good seldom used hike as most of the people that visit the park don't stray more than a 100 feet from the car....perfect. We headed out on it about 9:30 and the light illuminated the opposite wall perfect. Homer especially liked the solitude, thick forest on one side and cliffs and view on ...
We were exhausted by this time so opted for another slower start: breakfast in the cabin, a walk around the property, running through the sprinklers. Even this took longer than imagined as we also had an impromptu tour of Buffalo Bill's hunting lodge (which is part of the property). After this we left, stopping at one of the park grocery stores for provisions for lunch and then continued with our plans.
Buffalo Bill is big in the area - the ...
... or another. Today was full of animal surprises...the BIG one coming at the very end of course...later for that story. I drove over 200 miles in Yellowstone Park today. much more than my last visit. I pulled into a parking area called Brink of the Upper Falls or something similar...what fun! They take you down a path...down some stairs...and BAM...it is suddenly VERY loud and you look over the edge onto ...yep...the very brink of an enormous ...
... we drove around some mountains today that look right over the edge. For some reason I tend to grip the chair and lean a little. I was trying to be incospicuos but it didn't work. Madison has a picture of snow below. We were at one of the highest locations in the park. It was odd being in shorts then touching the snow. We pulled over to a viewing area and the kids and I hiked up a little hill to see the snow. Madison actually threw a ...