Travel Blogs from Riverton
It was a little sad to leave the Alpine Motel and its very nice owners, but time and tide and tourism waits for no man.
We bolted through Yellowstone without too much hassling with those mongrel ******* tourists, and turned south to enter the John D. Rockerfeller Jr Memorial Parkway and then down into the Grand Tetons National Park.
Now this is more my style. The views of the snow ...
Today was a 102 mile ride but it was one of the easiest rides we've had. The entire day was a slight downhill grade with a prominent tail wind. While on the bike we were averaging 23-25 mph for the whole day. This was a great moral booster for the team seeing as how every member finished that started the day. The town we stayed in ...
... Ruby being the friendly person she is, asked where they were visiting from. The woman occupant replied that shewas from NY and began to speak about how much she liked seeing the mountains but everything else in WY was UGLY!! She repeated this a number of times and then explained to us that the cows she was seeing were not wild and that they had tags on their ears.!
Well, I had to hold myself back from laughing. It takes all ...
... note he left the kids. Then we gave the family our present. Some gifts from Australia. They loved them. We got a gorgeous photo frame with a picture of the kids in it. It was awesome. We had an awesome breakfast homemade pancakes with bacon, sugar and butter. They were the best pancakes we have had! So fluffy and tasty.
After breakfast the kids showed up their BB gun. We thought it was a kids toy but it's actually a large gun that can kill someone. It looks a ...
Up at dawn to see one more blast of steam from Old Faithful and then headed south into Grand Teton National Park crossing the Continental divide twice. Astounding vistas from Jenny Lake, lunch in Jackson Hole and eastward to Riverton on the Wind River Shoshone/Arapaho Indian Reservation. The landscapes change by the mile in this part of the ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed