North Park Inn & Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... was only passable on foot or by horseback. By 1836, when the first migrant wagon train was organized in Independence, Missouri, a wagon trail had been cleared to Fort Hall, Idaho. Wagon trails were cleared further and further west, eventually reaching all the way to the ...
Campstie Site #6 - Forest Service Campground with water nearby. No dump station. Elevation about 9607 ft. 22 sites. Notes - Couple of trails from the campground: One to Rabbit Ears & the other is the Continental Divide Trail. - Incredible wildflowers in the area -- best so far on this trip. - Lake Dumont stocked with both rainbow & brook trout. - Saw two different foxes in campground. - Brewpub ...
... up for the trip and shared hometowns, travel plans, and etc. All in all, a pretty interesting group. The celebrity of our group was the Rev. Jesse Jackson and his son. I talked to Jesse for a few minutes during the flight, and he was on his way to Pretoria for some business. He said he hoped he would be able to see Nelson Mandela, but I doubt if he could. My South African friends say ...
... up and arange to mail it to our next destination. So of course I'm freaking out and beating myself up. Needless to say the next 30 miles were very long. 10 miles out of Walden we ran out of water and started to lose our minds a little bit. After a long day we paid for a shower at a motel and spent the night at the city park. That night I was able to charge my phone a bit and listen to my voice mail hoping to hear from Seth. Much to ...
We went for a hike today. To climb a mountain (as you do). Neither of us have ever done anything like that before. So we hiked up the Cameron Pass to the Diamond Peaks, elevation 11,852 feet. Our starting point was 10,276 feet @ Cameron Pass. Now, 1,576 feet gain in elevation may not sound like much, but trust me, it was steep every step of the way. We started hiking up through ...