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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- My plan was going to capital of Utah, but on my way to that city. my tire unfortunately flat.
- I call my insurance company's service call for help and i pay about $200 for this.
- Bad day.
- Have no money to rent a hotel. i can only sleep in car.
- It's 74.5 miles away from ...
... not to be for us today.
On our way to the Hill Aerospace Museum we did drive up and down a few of the streets in downtown Ogden. The downtown area that we were in was quite quaint and as is the case it seems in most Mormon towns, very clean and neat. We drove by their temple and I took a shot from the RV. There seemed to be a large wing-ding going on as some streets around the temple were blocked and many cars were in the surrounding parking lots. We assume that ...
... a hut. I am not going to live this down! Barrie said it was a wild moose chase! No moose on the loose here! We then drove into the Teton Village where there are lodges and the Jackson Hole ski field. The Teton National Park is still closed and had notices and barricades to stop traffic.
The sky had really clouded over by this stage and as we drove into Jackson we couldn't see any of the Tetons which we know is the main attraction of the area. ...
... storm. Parts of Wyoming were expecting 60 cm of snow! In the end, some parts of Wyoming got over 1 meter of snow!!!!!!
We had made reservations at a ranch in southeastern Wyoming hoping the weather would be better: as it turned out, the storm is forecasted to pass right over the ranch. This is delaying our arrival by one day and is giving us another chance ...
... roads to the Alpine outlook and associated panorama, with beautiful alpine flowers everywhere. There wasn't anyone around and the ranger stations were unmanned at 9 am.
Arriving at Cedar Breaks, we walked down the pathway to see the most magnificent views, stretching for miles. Our arrival was also noticed by the very cheeky chipmunk, situated on top of the post we cheeped away at every opportunity. It's illegal to feed them and we had ...