Best Western Rivertree Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Today was another driving day. So I this is a short update.
As we were leaving the Waterton Park area, John and Connie were pointing out to us where they had seen a bear yesterday. And right where they were pointing was a bear cub! How crazy! I can't believe how much wildlife we saw while in both parks (Glacier and Waterton Lakes).
I'm back! We had a fun packed week in Yellowstone. Geysers, elk, bison, bears, a boat ride on Lake Yellowstone, hot tub and happy hours in the evenings, and lovely sunsets after 9:30! Perfect!!
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Thumbing through an airline magazine on a boring flight from San Jose to Seattle, I came across an ad for Washington State wineries. I don't remember much about that article except for a single picture of rolling hills that reminded me of a much more interesting version of the original Windows™ XP wallpaper. The caption read 'Palouse’ and it was all I needed to begin my research on my next photographic destination. Living in Seattle, ...
... finally turned south to cross the border south of Christina Lake. The crossing went fine, except the agent did request to come on board and check to be sure no one else was in the rig. He also checked the refrigerator, but everything I had told him we had passed muster. He did look at one lemon a little askance. Guess I should really throw that one away, as I think ...
... emperor Akbar beginning in 1570. It was abandoned shortly after it was completed for lack of water and remains today a ghost town. Marvel at the well-preserved red sandstone palaces and buildings.Later, continue to Jaipur, stopping en route at Barara Village, where you'll have a special opportunity to ...