Black Bear Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... of restaurants, retail shops, etc. We went into the Kimball Gallery and saw posters from the 1930's and 1940's of the national parks. The posters were great. We saw Thomas Mangelson's gallery, and, of course, we had to go into this gallery. He has one in Jackson, Wyoming which we had visited when we stayed in Jackson. We LOVE his photographs too.
... know pssshhhttt, ffffwwwwwaaaa, and shhheeshhhhed. after we ran the the nearest available restaurant that was completely full of drenched coated people gulping down food like there was no tomorrow. I can't say we didn't look the same. After eating, we went down to West YellowStone which, I think, is a horrible name because its not even in YellowStone. We saw some cheap ****** outlets that mom and dad wanted go to. Got some ice cream, looked in a cool rock shop, and ...
... Omar had researched several ranches that offered rides and was able to book one near Park City where in the evening we were to visit our friends the Wrights who live there. The ranch was called the “Stillman Ranch” part of Rocky Mountain Recreation and located near Oakley, UT. We got there around 3:30 but they were delayed in getting the horses ready because of a big snow storm they had the night before, even though most all ...
... years to build, is completely separate from the tabernacle. The cathedral is not open to anyone outside of the faith and very few Mormons themselves are allowed. There is, however, a model of this incredible structure that explains what each of the rooms is used for. Intriguing stuff. Also in this visitor center are computers that can be used for ancestry research. We looked up folks on both ...
... mile - zinging down the track, banking turns and being bonked around more than you can imagine. The ride took only 59.77 seconds! Our luge driver said he had never had a faster two person ride than ours. Lance and I smiled for quite a while after getting out of the bobsled, comparing our rides as I was in seat 3 (moderately turbulent) and Lance was in seat 4 (maximal turbulence). We ...