Alta's Rustler Lodge
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... into account that this weekend is labour weekend in America. and a lot of folk had taken Friday off as well!
So we tried unsuccessfully to find a quiet place! What really prompted the following discovery was an urgent call of nature!
We pulled into an information centre and met the most interesting male volunteer who suggested a nice easy boardwalk round the lake -Silver lake.
He said earlier ...
... know pssshhhttt, ffffwwwwwaaaa, and shhheeshhhhed. after we ran the the nearest available restaurant that was completely full of drenched coated people gulping down food like there was no tomorrow. I can't say we didn't look the same. After eating, we went down to West YellowStone which, I think, is a horrible name because its not even in YellowStone. We saw some cheap ****** outlets that mom and dad wanted go to. Got some ice cream, looked in a cool rock shop, and ...
It was the last day with the Martins, we were sad, we had made new best friends! Nikki and I had, had a good sleep, we had finished last night off with duck dynasty (red neck tv show) and now had a little sleep in!
The kids were up riding around on the plastic bikes they had got for Christmas and we were joining in on the action!
For breakfast they were making us a real American breakfast! Biscuits and gravy, sausage patties in biscuits, bacon, sauguges, juice and more! ...
... grasp what happened: We drove through a cloud!
We're so high up that the clouds are actually touching the mountain range. Very weird experience.
After about 2 hours drive we locate a Subway and decide to have breakfast here. Really need coffee. Unfortunately it seems we've encountered the only Subway in the world that does not poor coffee. Great! It's not that they ran out, there is no coffee maker to be seen anywhere. What is this strange town that refuses ...
... I decided to forego travelling to Park City, and go into the canyon today, thus staying ahead of the storm. I rode out of Heber that morning and into the town of Midway to state route 256, which would take me right into Wasatch Mountain State Park. It was chilly that morning, but overall pleasant. Midway seems to host more tourists than Heber and had a couple of well-developed resorts.
The terrain became more steep and mountainous very quickly as I rode into Wasatch ...