Travel Blogs from Riverton
... Jenny camp ground was full so we decided to choose the signal mountain camp ground. So our first destination was the camp ground. We took an open spot and then set up our tent. Soon it was time for lunch and we had lunch, which was the last batch of frozer parotas and curry and all of us relaxed in the tent. Adults slept while the kids decided to catch ...
... to bat an eyelid, especially if they get a decent tip.
Across the road was a sports cafe that was serving breakfast, and we couldn't think of a better way of entertaining Brendan for a few hours than with free food, and the choice of Wimbledon or the World Cup on the big screen. Even availed ourselves of the free wi-fi, so we made good use of the time until the Road Bear RV pickup bus came along, and took us over to the depot for our RV check out.
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 ...
Another sunny, hot day. The plan was to go camping at Big Horn National Forest but after a 2 hour drive through the fields of Wyoming, we found that most of the camping sites in the forest were closed due to snow. We found a nice picnic area & sat, ate lunch and looked at these snow covered twin peaks ( Big Horn Peaks) another beautiful site.
We then decided to go to Thermopolis, Wy , the location of Hot Springs State ...
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed