Flat Creek Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free airport shuttle
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... the sun was coming up. Our latest night on the trip had been caused by flight delays rather than hardcore partying.
The weather the next day was really poor and we could hardly see the Crazy Horse memorial through the fog. We went for a drive around the Black Hills and stopped for lunch in Custer. Every little town we drove around looked fake, they looked like little cowboy villages with wooden lodges and saloon bars. I felt as if I had been transported back ...
Today we woke up at about 8:00, we,watched some t.v. Then we had some breakfast, and Kip, Valentina and Viv came over to say goodbye. So we said goodbye and packed up and left to go to Jackson. When we got to Jackson at about 5:45 we had some pasta dinner and some carrots and fruit. Then the kids watched a movie and then had marshmallows then all went to ...
... Row. Mormon Row refers to the 19th century homesteader community of Mormons who “clustered their farms to share labor and community.” We’ve all seen the pictures of the barn with the Tetons as backdrop. You’ve got to hand it to those homesteaders, they know how to pick a place to farm. We find the dirt path and drive down to park. Several other people are there taking photos. Even in the afternoon sun, rather than the morning ...
... the moose and this regular visitor to the Tetons told us a place where we could possibly observe some foxes.
Decided we had no choice but to go check them out. The location was near the Beaver Creek Management area housing. There was an old cabin the foxes had taken over. We were in luck. The young foxes were out and moving around, playing, jumping on each other and having a good time. The mother was ...
... 8,000 elk come in from the mountains to stay during winter. Now in Spring there are few to be seen, but there was plenty of birdlife in the marshy area and a herd of stuffed elk inside.
After consultation with the information centre staff, we found a few places we had not yet seen and set off for a last explore. We found a great spot for lunch on the banks ...