Painted Buffalo Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... start out on the lower part of the trail, it’s pretty easy. You see waterfalls and everything is so green and beautiful. There was a river rushing through there that may have been a little high because it was spring and there was a lot of snow melt. After a nice little easy part, you come to some stone steps up that get narrow and are pretty steep. There is a drop off, but it really didn’t bother me too ...
... turn of the 19th century. These homesteaders settled east of Blacktail Butte on clustered farms to share labor, and to start a community. The first Mormons came from Idaho in the 1890s. After this stop, these groups headed to the Granite Canyon trailhead. On the way, they were lucky to spot a great gray owl. The Granite Canyon was formed over 15,000 years ago by a glacier that created u-shaped valley. While on the trail you can ...
... got to stroke a real beaver. I also bought a nice T- Shirt with Smokey Bear holding a shovel with the words "I put out" (forest fires I presume).
For lunch, we went to the best venue in town, namely the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar. The nice waitress offered to bring us Wyoming's greatest beer - Pako's Ipa. We both had Coors for the second round. To complete the experience, I decided to have a buffalo burger (the other option was an elk burger). It was ...
Paddling standing up on a surfboard "supping" is a very popular sport this year and there were plenty of them out having fun. As we were leaving there was a group from the Teton Science School that was getting instruction on environmental issues, and then boat safety and so on. We stopped at the area near the portage point and had our lunch.
We were entertained by various groups coming up and getting ready to ...