Rock Creek Resort
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- Indoor pool
- Heated pool
- Hot tub
- Swimming pool
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... trip. I was one-handing my camera the entire time. 200 pictures from beginning to end but wow.
This is God's country. The American Indian Cancer Foundation is trying to blend the value modern medicine can provide with Native American Culture. This is not easy and when you ride a bike across America you see how vast their task is. Trying to provide access to vital cancer preventive services to Native American reservations across ...
... Lake and were decimating the natural cutthroat trout. The latter are an important link in the food chain and the wild life biologists are working on many rectifying measures. We moved to once again gaze in wonderment at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone about which my words cannot do justice. Last on the immediate agenda before leaving the Park's boundaries, was to see Pug and Carly "grilled" ...
We spent another night camping and it rained quite heavily. It was only 44 degrees so not as cold. We got an early start because we wanted to get north of Cody, WY before the bad weather hit. With Cody behind us we headed up into the mountain to drive over Bear Tooth pass. As we headed up, we ran into heavy ...
... stayed on for about 12 seconds. When it came to the event where they lasso a calf and then tie their legs together, the girls and I rooted for the calves. Quite a few got away! Animal sightings today: a pelican, a coyote, a porcupine, elk, lots of bison, cattle Quote of the day-- Cattle rancher: "Come on cows, let's go!" Said as she was trying to get the cows off the road. You can hear her in the short video I've attached. And you can hear the response from one of the cows. ...
... couldn't help but wonder if this is what it would be like. At one point we reached an altitude of 10,500 feet. At 8:49 am we came upon a construction stop on the highway for about 25 minutes. A pilot truck led us through the construction site. We were in Shoshone National Forest when we noticed that we had crossed back into Montana at 9:55 am. After driving through Cooke City, we arrived at the Silver Gate (northeast) of Yellowstone ...