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Part 4: Palo Duro Canyon, Texas > Great Sand Dunes National Park, Colorado The next morning, after eating breakfast and packing up, we departed Palo Duro Canyon. After emerging into civilization, David took the wheel, as he had wisely decided to let Dad take the trailer out of the canyon. Just before the Texas-Oklahoma border, we ate lunch at a …
... a turnstile, drove down a parallel track to the end of the train and hitched itself up there for the return trip. Very cool.
After that,we went into the town of Wisconsin Dells. The city takes its name from the French word "dalles" which means narrows and refers to the way the Wisconsin River flows through the narrow gorges in this area. The Dells are scenic, glacially formed gorges that feature ...
... went out to eat at a great Italian restaurant...later on after dinner, we finished the evening at his trailer at Circus World watching random DVDs of clown gags that he owns. Definitely one of those evenings you wish would never end...socializing, relaxing, and laughing with friends while on the road is such a pick-me-up. Thank you!
It was raining on the way with lots of grey skies, but the ran stopped for a few pictures.
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... some beer when we finally got here but I don't think he'd want it any other way. And between you and me, this whole driving to Yellowstone thing was his idea! The campground in PA was very remote and lovely from what little we saw of it as we drove out at dawn this morning. The bridge right by the park's entrance on SR 949 was out due to damage from recent flooding. For us that meant we had to take a long detour to get there last night. But we knew this ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed