Powder Ridge Cabins
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
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... the canyon we went to the largest geyser basin, Norris Basin, this has the largest single collection of geysers, hot springs, fumaroles and mud pots in the park; it is also incidentally the hottest spot in the park which we could definitely feel on top of the midday sun. After the mornings activities we drove down to Mammoth Village where we sat and had lunch, it was Heather's birthday today and we had arranged a cake in ...
... put up last season. It was pretty much heaven for me...I haven't enjoyed as healthy a breakfast since I left Huntsville. All made complete with Earl Grey tea..a little caffeine for the road! Steve would have gone gaga over their home. Very clean and sparsely decorated...with old wooden table and chairs. I loved it. The house has interior stucco walls and a GREAT tile job in the bathroom...I wish I would have brought my IPad in to take some photos. They seem to have such ...
... all dry again they headed out for another run – about 9,000 feet up and a few more degrees colder.
In fact, so cold that Matt had ice patches on his cheeks and chin which are the beginning signs of frost bite. Mase’s scarf/come balaclava was frozen stiff to his face and they were very much in need of a hot chocolate. Ordering a medium hot chocolate gives you the large Australian size drink! The kids all agree that Americans make ‘the ...
Late start, trying to rest my sickness. Pierre treated us with a morning shot of honey, lemon juice and hot water that helped. Packed everything and went inside the Park, only one road open, from Mammoth Hot Springs to the East, took the wood trails to the top. The landscape in winter is so monotonous, except for the places where the warm water is coming ...
... our vittles for dinner in the coach. We visited outdoors until the mosquitoes forced us to go back inside and spend time catching up. These folks are both successful, retired teachers. They're a delightful pair, full of interesting stories and comments.
The sunset was a good one, but much as I hate to admit it, the photos did not turn out well. I've stored it in my spirit, however and hope that it shines through in ...