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... some dinner. I really wanted to find the local pub and have a drink with the locals, after a few tries of walking into establishments and promptly walking back out of them (because they just weren't what we were looking for), we found the Town & Country Lounge. Immediately we realize it doesn't seem that they serve food. We ask the waitress and she tells us they have a nacho dispenser (omg lol) and microwaveable hamburgers (hahaha). We decide to stay ...
... front tyre. Returned to the same motel as last time we were here, and pleased to say when we got in it was still getting hotter38 degrees on the way out to dinner. Shower, AC, coffee and NZ Braeburn apples. Yeah. Life is good. Check out the localised thunderstorm that rolled in as we came home from dinner. Thought for the day. Alcohol, tobacco and firearms should be a convenience store. Not a government ...
... back up to where he is there and is heading over to a new spot, looking for a way to get back up to me......he landed on that big log down there behind him.......he slid, bounced and fell a total of about 35 or 40 feet......he still can't get back to me. He didn't get hurt :). He went to jump to the ledge in front of me...after running around me.....and as he landed on the rock he had no traction, so he spun around and went over the edge. For the rest of the climb to ...
... br> For a long segment of the initial drive, the road trailed straight along the edge of Yellowstone. Great forested slopes crested on the right and soon enough mirrored the side opposite. Every now and then the road curled back into the park, our eyes pealed for any signs of wildlife, or munchkins for that matter. Through steep valleys and following winding creeks we journeyed further north before pausing for a quick picnic beside a stream hugging a cliff face. The ...
... a break and enjoyed a nice lunch along the river before we proceeded downstream again.
The next spot we found was another bridge that had some real nice rocks, runs, and pools downstream from it. We hiked down to the good spots and started working our way upstream. Up until this time Janice was having a tough day, but here she broke out of her slump and really got into the fish. Her first fish was a 13 inch cutthroat on a #14 Elk Hair Caddis. ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility