Crystal Crag Lodge
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... this wonderful beach, with its red sandy appearance blown by massive winds and a beautiful view of the ocean waves crashing onto the rocks. There is an entry fee of 10 $ to enter the beach. It takes 20 minutes to reach the beach from the highway. Keep an hour at least ...
... got saw which was no surprise. I know I had mentioned it before but the snow was really good.
We left right when the place had closed. It was great timing because we where going to the next stage of our adventure.
LA was going to be next and we caught a plane there.
I am going to miss Mammoth and skiing.
... in our shorts – a very surreal feeling, being surrounded by snow and ice, wearing a thin t-shirt and not being in the least bit shivery. When we arrived at our hotel in Mammoth Lakes there was snow on the ground there too, but it didn’t stop us boiling up as we wandered down to a restaurant in our jeans. And it also didn’t stop us going out into the hot tub that evening, under the stars, in the shadow of the snow-capped ...
... a petting zoo, fed bears, and rode rides. Happy from our adventure, we excitedly walked into the ford dealership only to discover that ford had ordered the wrong part for our rv. Alas, we were stuck in Rexburg overnight. The guy at ford, Shane, assured us that the rv would be ready the next day around noon. We left to go to idaho falls for a lovely dinner and a hotel with a pool!! The kids were in ...
... valuable moisture in my body and walked around my tent! Though I only made it half way around the tent, it clams my mind a bit and should show the bear whose territory he/ or she is about to enter!!
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Bear necessities- jungle book!
I didn't sleep very good last night. I kept waking up at every little sound trying to figure out if my leg was about to be bitten off! But I have 2 legs and I'm ...