Hampton Inn & Suites Pinedale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... two fried eggs, toast and potatoes. He also ate Lulu's sausages. Yes, no kid's menu for him.
Afterward, we checked out and drove farther south into the Grand Teton National Park, which is, in a way, the lesser known sibling of Yellowstone Park. Still, it is gorgeous. At the foot of the Teton Mountain range stretches the Jackson Lake with stunning views of the Tetons. ...
... over the cab to not only kill the poor thing, but to impale it's lifeless body securely, for safe keeping, between the windshield and the bottom of the bunk! When we stopped for coffee and a top off of gas, (the RV and I are always thirsty) Rob pried the bird out with a stick, much to the horrified look on the cashiers' face peering out the window at Rob as I was paying for the coffee. Rob came in and casually ...
... 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 ...
Miles today (total/super slab): 371/12
Miles to date (total/super slab): 3840/993
Temperature (low/high): 51/75
Franchise restaurants: 6 (McD's for breakfast)
Franchise motels: 0
Wildlife (today/overall): None/White tail deer, black bear, coyote, antelope, elk
Route: https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B91ZklU ...
... which cost $125 each way for each of us for a total of $500.
The ride from Crowheart to Cold Springs is about 90 minutes of bouncing over rough dirt roads. When we arrived there was a group waiting to be picked up. We chatted with them briefly to find out what we could about current trail conditions. They had all summitted, which was encouraging.
We then ...