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.
We got up and left Manila, UT and headed up to Wyoming. Left just before 6am and I caught my first sunrise of the trip! We let the kids just stay asleep as it makes the miles easier for these long jaunts.
Crossed into Wyoming about 6:20am and immediately started our "Magpie Killing Spree". If we got hungry enough we now know that we could use the "Beast" as our hunting implement. The first kill we used the top ...
... 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 ...
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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 ...