Schmalz's Red Pole Ranch and Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... artistic, and in a beautiful setting. While we were walking into the park, I noticed a lady taking a picture of the Hawai‘i State flag. Levi, coming from Oregon, made a comment about its flag which she responded to. Turns out she's from the same town as Levi, and was on a similar roadtrip with her husband. When I asked her about her picture of the flag, she mentioned that her Dad was from Palama! It's weird how connected we were, all the way in ...
... thickened and there were many RV's heading for the park, making progress much slower than we anticipated so that it was around 11.30am before we reached Yellowstone Village where we had a coffee. We joined the 4 lanes of vehicles queuing to pay the $25 vehicle entry fee and then it was another 40 kilometres until we reached the park proper, and within a short distance of cruising one of the amazing roads we saw a bison bull grazing not far off the road. Within minutes there ...
... to were all very nice.
After breakfast and checking out of the hotel, we again went to the Custer State Park to drive a different loop this time. In a little over an hour, we saw some ...
... you would have thought it was the Hope Diamond or something. “Cody,” she said, “This is the most special gift of all. All the other gifts were bought, but you made this by yourself. There is nothing else like it in the whole world.”
“Do you… do you really like it?” Cody asked looking up, surprised.
“We love it. Please tell us about it.”
“Well,” he ...
... it, but he still wasn’t convinced. We tabled the discussion until the next day, finished our shopping and drove home.
Late that afternoon my dad called me into his study and closed the door. “Justin, I have something very serious to talk over with you and I want your honest opinion.” I could tell by the tone of his voice and his expression he wasn’t kidding. We sat. “Justin, your mother and I have talked long and ...