City Center Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... track with stunning views. Again, the panoramas took our breath away, and the miles seemed to just cruise by. We stayed on this until we hit a point on the map which showed a campground..... Hmmm. With flat arid agricultural land all around us we were sure this wasn't the place and pushed on. However, water had been scarce over the last 10 miles or so, so when we saw a creek we decided to camp next to it. Just as we were pushing our bikes behind a hedge to hide, a truck pulls ...
... br> Jackson Hole... reminds me a little of a combo of Banff and Jasper... with a twist of old wild west! Lol ya, a little crazy but a fun place. After losing Jim... or was it the other way around this time? We meet back up and park to walk the main town square for a bit and look at the shops. I can see this place being a fun place in the winter time when the ski season is on.
Time to move on down the road... it's a beautiful ...
Well, Yellowstone was our last real adventure of the trip and now its just a matter of driving home. Tonight we are staying in Bozeman, Montana. From here we have roughly two days of commuting left before we hit Vancouver. We expect lots of mountain scenery, but no particular stops of interest on the way. I can't believe it's almost over now!
... cheese curds, summer sausage, and trail mix, and enjoying a couple of chapters from an A to Z Mystery, we waited out the rain. Micah and Zola were such troopers. While crossing a small streamlet, Zola slipped and sat down in an inch of water. She was none too happy about it, but she tromped on. We all had cold wet feet. By the time we reached Behive Basin, the sun was shining and spirits were high. We picked a beautiful tent spot, ate ...
... time we went out like real Forty-niners hitting the jackpot! The fun didn’t stop there either - after cleaning and cooking the shrooms together, I got to experience the reward of nourishing myself with goods that I was part of handpicking. Certainly my Native American roots were soaring!
Mushroom picking wasn’t the only hunt we went on with our Bozeman buddies. The outside classroom continued as Dave and Renee shared their love ...