Rocky Mountain Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... big police station in Sinclair (the town only has 4-500 inhabitants). Afterwards I started thinking about the enormous resource this nation has to allocate to prevent new terrorist attacks from Arab jihadists.
Up at Seminoe I chose a top spot with a fine view of the lake and started my usual campfire. Suddenly a young boy came over to me with a plate in his hand and said that his mother ...
... we left the visitor center there was a lot of cars pulled over at the side of the road. We, being the curious types, stopped to see what everyone was looking at. A Park Ranger was there and he told us a grizzly bear was by the side of the road but just a moment before wandered back into the bushes. We waited to see if he would reemerge but had no such luck!
We took one of the scenic drives through the ...
... Valley. We had to go down some short, steep rock faces at points, but the danger was very minimal. Upon seeing Bear Creek, we also caught site of a trail marker that officially told us we were going the right way. Woohoo!
Once getting to Bear Creek and refilling our water bottles, it was time to begin the final climb. The trail at times was the steepest we'd ever hiked. At one point, we were on a thin game trail, the only flat ...
... and putting that ice cream bucket on my head was the epitome of silliness at that moment. :)
Just as the night seemed to be winding down, Zach looked at the mountain behind us, its summit rising steeply nearly 600 feet from our position. He proclaimed that we should conduct a peak ascent. All the boys looked at each other for about 5 seconds before telepathically agreeing. The 7 of us dashed up the hillside towards the mountain. Lily decided to ...
... this was already the end of Day 25! I'd be talking to the people I cared about in the blink of an eye. As much as what we'd see and experience in the next few days excited me, the ability to get back in contact with those near and dear to me provided just as much elation. That is one major lesson this whole experience provided me: A sense of desire to keep in contact with the important people in my life with regularity as the days and weeks and years go ...