Hampton Inn & Suites Pinedale
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is the same as in Yellowstone. Due to the nice warm weather though, a park ranger told us not to expect to see any animals until the end of the afternoon. She was right.
Our first stop was at the Colter Bay Visitor Center where we learned that you can rent kayaks and canoes and such, and go on the lake. Milo immediately wanted to go; Noah was adamant he didn't want to come ...
... 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 ...
... you realize nothing has changed since the pioneers trekked this area. It's easy to imagine the grueling walk of mile after mile through this desert of sage brush.
Independence Rock This huge monolith of a rock in the middle of no where with an interesting history. Check out the free desktop screen savers.
Devil's Gate "is a narrow cleft carved by the Sweetwater ...
... operative word being "should." Suffice it to say we awoke this morning in Fruita to a steady rain. Our intended route was taking us over 8,240 foot Douglas Pass and as we were gassing up someone approached us to ask about our trip. He said he had just come over that pass from the north and conditions weren't good. Our rain gear already on we informed him we were going to push ...
... hike. From Cold Springs to Scenic Pass is mostly uphill with a vertical gain of well over 1,000 feet. The trail then starts to descend toward DinwoodyCreek and the Glacier Trail, which parallels the creek to the west. Portions of the trail were wet and other parts were snow-covered. It got wetter after going over the pass. After about 6 1/2 hours of hiking we camped for the night.