Saratoga Resort & Spa
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Yawwwn. Hope everyone is awesome, will be calling people soon. Just made it through the great basin after a couple 18-hr riding days so just heading to find a campspot first. In the meantime: photos of the desert! (mostly taken by a deleriously tired ...
... two and two together. I followed them around a corner. It wasn't hard to stay with them. They were, after all, eighty.They shuffled along and then, over their shoulder, I saw steam rising off water. Ahh! The hot springs! Free! With showers (warm ones from the spring). I slipped into the hot springs pool all the way up to my chin. It was at least as great as the down sleeping bag. And then I had a real shower with shampoo and soap and everything! Heaven. Tetons, here I come.
... After four hours of deliberation and liquidation the van was more organized and our dumpster pile took up the whole van. We spent the rest of the day with our camp chairs and feet in the river. Flies and mosquitoes began to become the norm around dusk and at dark we made a nice steak dinner (seriously) and called it a day.
... we got there, he said, "gosh, it's still pretty windy and there's a big hill, you girls just sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery, I'll take you up the hill to Quake Lake." Sweet! Quake Lake was eerie and awesome! It was created by the biggest earthquake in the U.S. on August 17, 1959 in the middle of the night. Many were killed and injured. There are now dead white trees still standing in the lake, as if representing the lives taken. Beautiful yet creepy.
A day ...
... and have some time to spend: Bring your swim suit - bathing in the springs is free!
When we reached the Interstate, we made another stop in Fort Steele (Fort Fred Steele Historic Site), which is definitely worth a stop if you're interested in the history of American Railroad expansion and settlers moving to the west in the 19th century. Luckily, we could even see a train of the Union ...