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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Family rooms
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... to have this blog as a channel to share this experience with all of you. The support we received when sharing our plans is partly what got us here; there would be a lot of reasons to not do what we are doing, but your reassurance that this was a good choice, an amazing choice, told us this couldn't be the wrong choice. Our country has so many amazing things to offer; in just a few hour drive each day, we are awed again and again by a completely new and ...
... t seem in the least bit interested in us, or the couple on the tandem next to us who didn't seem quite as relaxed about seeing him as he was about seeing them! It was one of our main ambitions to see a wild bear on this trip, so to see one this close was a huge bonus (we were also somewhat pleased that it was just a brown bear and not a grizzy - although not, I suspect, as pleased as the couple on that tandem!!!). ...
... are being provided an opportunity to relocate to another campground within the park.Early Sunday morning a bear, believed to be a small sub-adult black bear, approached and laid on a corner of a tent that was occupied by sleeping campers. The campers awoke and started yelling, and observed a black bear running from the tent. There have been two other incidents in the campground ...
... he is not trusting anyone else driving! I reasoned that he could just focus on taking pictures. He does not like giving up control of the wheel :) There are really no pull offs so the few pictures we have are from me hanging out the window! We could however have walked the Highline trail for a couple of miles and taken pictures. You will see why we did not do that. It is cut out of the cliff face ...
... algae, also known as stromatolite. Wait, doesn't algae belong at the bottom of the ocean? Again, tectonic activity is to blame. The same tectonic activity that caused older rock to sit on top of newer rock at the Lewis Overthrust Fault also pushed up algae from the bottom of the ocean to this mountain peak.
As we continued our ascent, we passed by Weeping Wall - a giant rock that hangs over a turn in the road. In the spring and early summer, ...