Circle View Guest Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... A quick trip to the grocery store ended our "big city" day and we headed back to the campsite for baby back ribs over the camp fire! We had such a cute camp site neighbor - they had a Shasta camper that had white wall tires and was painted half pale yellow and half turquoise - it was precious! Another fantastic night in the camper, a nice hot shower in the morning and now we are on our way to Yosemite and the Tetons!! ...
... if at the time we were soaking wet and freezing. Alex and I walked up Bascomb Hill, the main quad of UW-Madison debating whether Cornell’s slope was steeper. I think we determined that the Slope is steeper, but Bascomb is longer. We were staying overnight with Erin and Mike, Clare’s best friend and her husband, at their house. Oh, and we can’t forget Duke, a huge, sweet, VERY energetic white lab. Upon meeting Alex he jumped into his lap, his paws on Alex’s ...
Took I-90 West. Was a bit rainy when we left Kennebec, but it ended up being sunny/warm/clear. We had plenty of billboard signs to read all along the way......one in particular was the Wall Drug Billboards--they are everywhere. Wall Drug is in Wall, SD and is well known for selling everything and anything you can imagine and the billboards are posted all along I-90 as far as 300+ miles away. It's pretty cool. Some of the other bill ...
... to the Old NE Rd. to find the Medicine Root/Castle Trail loops. We chose the Medicine Root Trail as our outbound trail - at the intersection of these two trails, we would hike back on Castle. We started out on a flat, expanse of grasses and flowers, mostly yellow sweet clover that blanketed wide expanses of the prairie at this time of summer. A few other flowers were interspersed throughout - purple, yellow cone-flowers, white aster-like flowers, and ...
... granite monument. And advising us to be sure to walk on the sidewalks as the mass grave was the grassy rectangular area between the sidewalks. We walked around but did not go in. The monument had a deep blue length of cotton wrapped around the top which was billowing out in the wind. The girl told me it signified the people's concern about the Keystone XL Pipeline coming through and the threat to their water. ...