Historic Log Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the cool side, we have not had many bugs messing up the windshield! When the windshield has been messy, it has also rained just enough to keep the windshield clean – very nice for looking at all this beautiful scenery. We arrived at our campground and settled in for a good night's sleep!
... got to get "down and dirty" in a pit where they actually used tools that paleontologists use to dig and search for fossil bones. Zoe found a skull of an ancient bear which was the largest bear that ever existed. I had never heard of this center and I left "wowed" by what I saw.
Lunch was at a nearby restaurant where all three of us had the Mexican dishes they offered. Not the best but OK.
It was then off to another ...
... winds at its entrance, this complex labyrinth of passages contains a unique formation of crystals called boxwork. We took an elevator down 22 stories and then were lead trough the caves on a 1 1/2 hour tour. It was very difficult to take any good pictures on our ...
... access. I would go on the 4 hour tour if I ever go back.
We drove around a bit before going back to the tent. It had rained/stormed while we were in the cave. Just lingering clouds and distant thunder. The tent was dry inside so we piled in our sleeping bags and mattress. Slept soundly. Awoke to light rain in the night. The morning was clear and we had our coffee at the picnic table and enjoyed being in such a beautiful place.
... and everything seemed more private - like we had the whole park to ourselves. Apparently, the animals felt the same way! With the sounds from the car muted, the deer came out very close to the road and didn't seem very skittish.
We stopped for a while to take pictures of one deer which was eating leaves off a fairly tall branch. It would rear up on its hind legs to reach, and then happily munch on the leaves. They must have been ...