The Log Cabin Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and set up camp. The rest of the day we lounged around in the tent, not wanting to move anymore. Also, inside the tent you were able to escape the never-ending barrage of mosquitos. I never thought the mosquitos here would be worse than the Boundary Waters of Minnesota, but they were. Never mind them… still had beautiful views of the mountains.
It ended up raining a little more on us that evening, but not too bad. The next morning our tent’s rain fly ...
... bears). As we started backing out, Mom looked out her window and saw a familiar face. It was Dad's cousin, Kent and his daughter's boyfriend who was along on the trip! It was nice to run into them again!
Next we stopped at the Chapel of the Transfiguration. It was a beautiful place and is still being used today for worship and prayer. The window at the altar perfectly framed the Grand Teton Mountain Range.
On the way out of ...
... down a little from the top, and the wind died down.
At the end of WY-28W, we turned north on US-191N to Pinedale. The wind picked up a little, especially when we encountered some open prairie. It looked like you could see forever on either side of the road, while the mountains loomed ever larger in front of us. We were now down to about 7000 ft, and at this altitude, the clouds even looked different, probably because they were so ...
... as a special treat (or because she was too busy to bake!). Layers of differently coloured/flavour ice cream on a sponge base with cream and, maybe, chocolate sprinkles on top,well the Colorado Plateau is a bit like that but with a lot more layers building to between 3,000 and 1 4,000 feet in depth and covering 140,000 sq miles .
Over the past 2 billion or ...
... t. Fast or not, the bike was leaned over into the wind for almost 100 miles of more white-knuckle riding.
Today we said goodbye to the dramatic geologic formations which have been our fare for much of this trip. Tomorrow we begin to return to the forested mountains with which we are more familiar. Must be getting close to home - indeed three-quarters of our riding days are behind ...