Carter Mountain Motel
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... guy working with me was also surprised at how slow the computer was running and thought that there is a problem with the hard drive. He re-installed the anti-virus program, but couldn’t do anything about the Office 365 without the “key” for the installed program. He told me that I could call Microsoft and get that from them, which I did while the computer was trying to install the anti-virus (it took three tries). Navigating my ...
... Japan). Our first stop was Old Faithful; although not the largest geyser in the park, it is the most regular to erupt, with activity every 1hr and 20mins. Unfortunately due to cloud cover early in the morning, it was rather difficult to see the water and steam in the photos. We then made our way to the Prismatic Spring, which was once formerly a geyser. The colours around the prismatic spring are actually microrganisms called extemeophiles because they breed ...
... what was to be the highlight of the day: the Cody rodeo. We saw Cowboys riding bucking horses and bulls, lassoing Bulls both individually and as teams and horse riding. The funniest part was the 'calf scramble' where many kids from the audience (around 80 or so) chased after two calves to get the ribbon off their tails (and win a prize). It looked so funny seeing hordes of little kids chasing after two calves. So all in all a very Wild West ...
... and I dodged “brickers” with their new-found treasures as they raced with them to their vehicles (as much as you can “race” with armfuls of bricks) and went back for more. The swap was done by 9:15 and people packed their bricks in their cars and then gathered on the church lawn for the auction. It included the expected rare bricks and a book, brick display rack, ancient bottle-capping device and a bottle of wine from Wall ...
... degrees, but at least it wasn't raining. We donned our rainsuits, turned up the seat warmers and headed out. US-191N was right outside the hotel, and we would be riding on that road for most of the day as US-191N takes you right through Grand Teton National Park right into Yellowstone National Park.
First stop was Jackson Hole, Wyoming, a beautiful little skiing village in the winter, and tourist town in the summer. There were plenty of ...
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