Super 8 Dubois
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Brrrr, low 40's and riding at 10 a.m. We bundled up and headed to Cody, WY by way of Teton NP and Yellowstone NP. Being a senior pays off when it comes to NP entrance fees. We all have our passes. Each motorcycle would have been $25 at every park entrance. ( 3 entrances already) Again today smoke blanketed both parks and the odor was noticeable today. The lakes that ...
... big police station in Sinclair (the town only has 4-500 inhabitants). Afterwards I started thinking about the enormous resource this nation has to allocate to prevent new terrorist attacks from Arab jihadists.
Up at Seminoe I chose a top spot with a fine view of the lake and started my usual campfire. Suddenly a young boy came over to me with a plate in his hand and said that his mother ...
... stopped at the Willow Flats Overlook because one of the Rangers said it might be a good place to spot moose and elk. We didn't end up seeing either and all of the hiking trails leaving from the parking lot were closed. The sign blocking each trail said "Danger! Due to bear activity in this area all trails are closed". We all had a little laugh and looked at the beautiful Teton Mountains in front of us. Then ran ...
... into small groups to look for the trail. Eventually, we found that we should have gone right instead of left and got back on the trail. That 15 minute mix up, the fact that it was a pretty hot day, and that we had run so low on Aquamira, our water treatment chemical, that we could each only fill up on one extra liter of water on the trail, could have led to some angriness and tension, but it didn't. Everyone enjoyed the day and made the most of the ...
... by charred hulks of organisms once happily full of life. We'd come to find out a couple days later from people on the trail that the burn only happened the previous year. I can't imagine what we would have done had it happened this year. Probably make one heck of a detour. We completed the 4.5 mile hike in about 4:30, the hour's time to get the medical cache included.
Our 2nd to last First Aid class dealt with making splints, the purpose being to have ...