The Log Cabin Motel
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... mammals to see in the parks, we now only have the grizzly bear left of the great mammals. We saw a black bear in the Great Smoky Mountains.
We drove farther south to the town of Pinedale, and checked into our hotel after dinner at a local Mexican restaurant, where the boys practiced their Spanish (which they get taught in school).
Swimming in the hotel pool. Shower. Bed time.
... bird to make. These birds are not very smart, how could they not hear/see us coming??
It is 8:30am and we see the beautiful mountains in the distance ahead of us. The kids are still asleep. There is a tanker in front of us dropping stones, that most assuredly will be shattering our windshield! The mile sign said 88 miles to Jackson, Wyoming! Excited fists!
We just did our 3000th mile in Jackson, Wyoming!
... the Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints who camped there in 1856 during their late-season crossing of Wyoming."
We passed an area call "Johnny Behind the Rock" but didn't explore it either, but the link will take you to what most of the area looks like that we drove through.
Total miles to date = 1853.7
Casper = $3.39
Farson = $3.69
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... out the river below the outlet and see if it was fishable. We had seen the river on the way in and it was a beautiful, deep, aqua-green color. Unfortunately, almost all of it runs through private land and as we have discovered in the Pinedale area, it is pretty much impossible to get access. We found a primitive camping spot below the outlet and parked the 4Runner. What we discovered is that there is almost a half mile of prime stream that is both accessible and ...