Super 8 Riverton
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... downstream from "The Rise". This channel is filled with polished granite boulders, "glacial erratics" moved downstream from the high mountains as the glaciers carved this canyon.
We enjoyed our brief visit to Lander, rested up and were on the road again the next morning for a 300 mile journey into the Rockies above Steamboat Springs. That's the next blog post.
... on arm wave along the remote roads. It wasn't until we were approaching the end of our drive that a decent sized city, Riverton, appeared. We were soon traversing the Wind River Indian Reservation and pulling into Lander, Wyoming for our night's stay. Sleeping Bear RV Park is located on a bluff overlooking the city. We pulled into our small spots, and dropped the trailers. It was warm, and the A/C ...
... we got to know that there are two types of rocks in Grand Teton, Salt and pepper rock and cake rock, which was layered rock. Also we got to know that there is mica in the stones in grand teton and mica sparkles in sunlight.
Soon after we decided to do a 3mi hike around the lakes in the colter bay area. The hike took longer than expected ...
... Kade took us out on the family snowmobiles. Danny went first while I changed my jacket and shoes into Nicole's much warmer items. Kade took Danny really fast up a big hill on their property and then sped down the hill really fast. We both even saw a bunny running past.
Danny then had a go on the snowmobile by himself. He had the best time ever and said it was the most fun thing he had done this whole holiday. And boy was he right. I got my turn to go up the ...
... we saw. We had just entered Yellowstone Park and hadn't gone 5 miles when traffic backed up to a crawl. It was like rush hour in St. Louis. Yup, bumper to bumper for 30 minutes. We didn't know what was going on, but when we got to the scene of the crime, there was a park ranger there with a very disgusted look on his face. As we passed him at 1 MPH, we asked, "What's going on?" Without blinking an eye he said, "That ...