Cooke City High Country Motel
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- Refrigerator in room
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Travel Blogs from Cooke City
... to 55 mph for a distance of 0.5 miles and 35 mph for 4 miles. It is the only surviving member of the Antilocapridae family...most likely due to this ability! We continued west to the Mammoth Hot Springs area, stopping to see the standing petrified redwood tree trunk in a small side valley that is a reminder of all of the changes this area has seen due to its volcanic activity. Mammoth Hot Springs was an interesting stop. Moving south towards Norris we saw a ...
Speaking of bears, the hotel recommended that we bring in every scrap of food from the X in case bears want to rip it open like a can to get to the chewy center. So, into the room goes the food, the altoids, the cough drops, the pickles, left over wine, the works.
I'm hoping that the persuasive dog smell in the X works in our favor, wait that could be me. Hopefully, the bears ...
... 8217;m the *****". Ten minutes later the waiter came back looking for his job. The scenery was very quaint and appealing with lots of log cabins tucked away in the hillside. Great burgers. Looks like it’s a place for people on Harleys to pull up as there were some from Russia and other countries sitting on nearby tables. More spectacular scenery on the way to stay at Cooke City for the evening. Cooke City was formerly called Shoo-Fly and I ...
... definite "Geek" like for sure!)' after about 15 minutes of trying different things, came up with a solution that she not only thanked him numerous times, but when riding away mentioned how she so just wanted to give him the biggest hug and squeeze! I'm glad she didn't, because as small as he was, she probably would of hurt the little guy!
We proceeded into the West entrance of Yellowstone, and proceeded to spend the rest of the day taking it all ...
Today started with a light rain in the campground. This was a blessing as it was cool and very comfortable. The Chuck Wagons had breakfast at the campground ( coffee and oatmeal ) and then got on the road at about 0830. The initial riding was through highway 14 out of Sheridan to Cody and the road was absolutely wonderful. The rain held on into the mountains but the roads were dry and the temps were cool for a very refreshing change from the past few days. Once ...