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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and make dinner. I helped set up the chairs. Grammy and Grandpa set up their tent. Then we had dinner. After dinner we went on a little hike. Along the trail we saw petroglyphs, they are pictures carved in the rocks. That was awesome! The last thing we did was go to a stargazing ranger program. We looked up in the sky with a telescope and saw Saturn! We could also see he Milky Way! It was late when we left. We were so tired we are going to sleep in our clothes. ...
... no shade and dry wind all the time. But the scenery is really cool! Tonight, we learned about the history of the Park Service from a ranger and her husband who have been to 323 of the 401 NPS units. Considering we have been to 89 including this one, we have a long way to go! Tomorrow, we are headed to another, far more remote section of the park for some ...
... gallery, a black light room with fluorescing rock display, maps and a movie about the process of extracting fossils which makes this museum a very informative stop for anyone even remotely interested in dinosaurs. There were a large number on dinosaurs in this particular area of Utah 150 million years ago because there was a huge lake in the area with meandering rivers flowing into and out of ...
... Today's trip down river is mostly a float, with nothing greater than riffles which are waves without much in the way of rocks to maneuver around. The trouble with this section of the river is that most of the day is rowing rather than being carried along by faster moving current. This means that if the upstream winds come up, which they always do, rowing against the wind makes the rowing doubly difficult. It is the type of day that the 'hard ...
... to Hell's Canyon" - Yikees!!! We just drove slowly and made it just fine.
Once we left the pines of the Black Hills behind and entered Wyoming, the scenery turned into the traditional desert - low sage brush and miles and miles of sand. Most of this part of Wyoming was like that, but when we entered the Unita Mountains in Utah, the pine trees were back. Then they disappeared and there were miles ...