Crossed Sabres Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Cody
... all. There are actually three tetons rising in the vicinity of 13,000 ft. We viewed these mountains from across Jackson Lake, rising in a purple haze, with patches of snow still adorning the majestic peaks. My research tells me these patches of snow that appear on the mountains even in the summer are glaciers. That accounts for the fact that the shapes don’t change much.
Of course the drive was not uneventful. Maintenance crews were painting the ...
... 3.65 Congressional districts traveled through: - ID – 2: Mike Simpson (R) - WY – 0: Cynthia Lumis (R) - UT – 1: Rob Bishop (R) - UT – 2: Chris Stewart (R) - UT – 3: Jason Chaffetz (R) - Senators: John Barrasso (R) and Mike Enzi ...
... fashioned suites where a number of colorful western characters had stayed over the years… and then the City Hall and county offices.
Shaded sidewalks, colorful flowers, benches, café tables and chairs, friendly people, interesting establishments, historic buildings… all make for a relaxed and enjoyable down main street--- here in Buffalo and any number of other small towns across the country. Can’t find that on the Interstates and I don’t want ...
... handle a snack and she moved off towards the kitchen.
I led Cody into the living room, where there was a fire crackling in the large stone fireplace. It was beautifully decorated for Christmas with a huge balsam fir at the far end. “Wow!” Cody said, moving closer to me. I sat down on a couch and he sat next to me, not daring to lean back for fear of dirtying something.
“You boys have had quite a trip,” my dad ...
... name suggested. There was one very interesting gray mudpot at the top. Drives throughout park are very scenic. Many of the roads have rivers flowing along side. Our favorite is road from Canyon Village to Yellowstone Lake with the Yellowstone River. Others are the Gibbon River and Gibbon Falls east of Madison, Firehole River south of Madison and the Madison River between West Yellowstone and Madison. All are worth a thousand ...