Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Vernal
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... parks. The climb up to the petroglyphs was an unpaved narrow steep incline over large rocks and loose gravel; although the climb was strenuous it was worth the effort. Up on the mountain side the rock art was spread out along the cliff face, and at times the pictures were hard to find as they had faded over time. This was one of those unplanned, but fantastic side trips that have made this whole trip so interesting.
... rodent pet were walking the road around the parking area far away from Beckett and she took issue that Cathy had no rope style leash on Beckett. Even after Cathy explained that we used the electronic collar the old bag ran to the office and complained. The care taker then had to come to us and ask if we would use a rope style leash. Rope leash it is.
Today we left Jackson Hole with a goal to ...
... was cooking the bacon he remembered (quickly) why he doesn't like to cook bacon on the river - too much grease to deal with! Thankfully we had an empty can from last night's dinner, so he kept draining the griddle into that, but it was still a mess. Even so, it made several of us remember one of our dear, departed rafting friends, Kim, who was famous for her bacon for river breakfasts. As we chatted we all realized that quite a bit of the trip ...
... br> Three miles down river we came to the confluence of the Green with the Yampa Rivers. Very strangely, the water of the Green is brown, although it was clearing slightly, but the water of the Yampa, which is almost always brown, is a beautiful green! The photo shows how the two rivers join, and that it takes a bit before the waters actually mingle. Opposite the Yampa's entrance is a huge, vertical rock called Steamboat Rock Drifting along side of ...
... especially the black bears and the moon bears. Riding up Berthoud Pass, right on the road, sure enough we saw a running bear. How prophetic! T and I are convinced Emma has her Tata's story telling genes. Kirk, Carol, T and I have ridden for years, and many miles in Colorado and have never seen a bear on the highway before.