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- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... two into the woods. The situation would have been slightly less terrifying if Darin our guide had not said this very morning how much more he feared mousse than bears and that mousse not infrequently attack humans. Had the mousse carried on down the path we would have been trapped with no obvious escape. Shortly after that we still had an appetite and stopped for lunch following which we completed an uneventful but scenic trip to the Hidden Falls. The Falls were quite ...
... we moved onto a well-beaten dirt road for a couple of miles, then it turned into paved road the rest of the way. Before we got anywhere close to the Tetons the wilderness was abundant: trees were densely packed on both sides of the road, little yellow insects zig-zagged in the air over marshes; the greens and browns of earth and the blues above. Then a clearing happened upon us and in the distance I caught my first glimpse of the Tetons, mostly ...
... We decided to head up to the lookout point of Signal Mountain. It was extremely high up but a gorgeous view! We also got cell service which is something we didn't get at our campground. We looked up a few things to do for tomorrow and headed back to camp. We had Navajo tacos for dinner. They were amazing with scones for dessert. Harlie had fun playing in the garage with all her toys...thanks to DI we have an ...
If you look at the map showing where we went, you will notice that we followed both sides of the Tetons to and from Yellowstone.
I have to say leaving through the south entrance of Yellowstone and going through Jackson Hole, WY, is much prettier, but much slower, than going to the west entrance. The peak ...
... high desert. Not much to see. We made a stop at the Boulder Market for a bathroom and snack stop. This was interesting. Mainly because of the other patrons in the shop. The shop had lots of fishing lures, flies and supplies along with the typical snacks and drinks. While we were in a gentleman wearing overalls, work boots and a flower pot felt hat. This hat was black and made of heavy felt. It came far down the back and side and even to ...