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!
... you realize nothing has changed since the pioneers trekked this area. It's easy to imagine the grueling walk of mile after mile through this desert of sage brush.
Independence Rock This huge monolith of a rock in the middle of no where with an interesting history. Check out the free desktop screen savers.
Devil's Gate "is a narrow cleft carved by the Sweetwater ...
Don't knock the weather; nine-tenths of the people couldn't start a conversation if it didn't change once in a while.
- Kin Hubbard
I really do have more to talk about than the weather. The fact that it is playing such a predominate role in these blog posts is not what I intended when we planned this trip for early-September. In fact everyone assured us we should have ...
... which cost $125 each way for each of us for a total of $500.
The ride from Crowheart to Cold Springs is about 90 minutes of bouncing over rough dirt roads. When we arrived there was a group waiting to be picked up. We chatted with them briefly to find out what we could about current trail conditions. They had all summitted, which was encouraging.
We then ...