Stagecoach Motor Inn
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... him to give it to me. It was a delicious white fish fried in butter. His dad, not far behind him, said it was 'wally' or something. While I was eating it, the wind started to blow with almost gale force. I had to jump into my car to finish the dish. I was afraid that my tent might blow away but I had fortunately secured it well with the spikes. As you all know it lies close to the ground. If it ...
... stopped at the Willow Flats Overlook because one of the Rangers said it might be a good place to spot moose and elk. We didn't end up seeing either and all of the hiking trails leaving from the parking lot were closed. The sign blocking each trail said "Danger! Due to bear activity in this area all trails are closed". We all had a little laugh and looked at the beautiful Teton Mountains in front of us. Then ran ...
... across a mountaintop, and one of the guys slipped. Luckily, Zach was there to catch him and, after a minute's daze, resettled himself, put his pack on, and continued along. The team was working very well together in a tough environment. Everyone was tired from climbing and the massive uphill in front of us was no serious motivator. But we continued along. We used maps and compass numerous times to validate our direction. There were cairns along ...
... relax...not a bad decision given the amount of effort we were about to put forth.
We attacked the mountain ferociously, a "mountain man" feeling descending over us. We were galloping in the wilderness with a singular goal in mind: To conquer this silly mound of dirt. It was begging us. I felt about 8 years old, the entire landscape as my playground. We hiked up one way at first which proved to be too steep. I took a different way down and stumbled ...
... Not necessarily ALL the time; I'm not so much a fan of today's ability to get in touch with any person at any time at any place. I think the ability to do so demeans the importance of staying in contact with those special people, and it certainly has the potential to be negative. It's so easy to communicate that sometimes we just don't remember to do it or don't place enough value on it. It's just a matter of simply letting those special people know ...