Crossed Sabres Ranch
Travel Blogs from Cody
... restaurant) so I decided to grab a warm dinner before going back to the campground. It was snowing when I pulled in and continued to snow for two hours. The temperature was right around freezing and the roads were fine. The ride back was pretty, with snow covering the pines. As I descended back into the valley (Canyon Village is at 8,900 feet and my campground is at 7,500 feet) the snow melted away. There was no snow at the campground (though you ...
... The mother bear was swatting away at all the birds who where there for a meal as well. We stayed for ages and watched but we didn't see the wolves. We talked to some people and they said the wolves were hiding in the grass and would come out when the bear walked away but then she would run back and swat them away. It was very exciting to see them in the wild, we saw the mother bear lay on top of ...
... Wyoming, we were hoping to see some wild animals on our way through the park. There were lots of cars everywhere in Yellowstone and Dad said you have to carefully watch the car in front because if they see an animal they can stop in a hurry and that's exactly what they did. The first wild animal we saw was a deer just eating grass on the side of the road everyone stopped to take photos then we saw some Heron in ...
... know we were approaching.
we had another couple of strolls round a beautiful lake called Jenny's lake and will stick the picture we took of someone getting their picnic nicked by a gatecrasher.
The Tetons were stunning. More so when I found out it was French for breasts. They were magnificent!
the highest is grand Teton at 13,770 feet. Get your boots on and ...
... while Cody and I spread some newspapers on the picnic table and set about showing Toby and Tyler how to clean the fish. John built a fire and cleaned the grill to put over it. In about an hour we had a feast.
“…And we caught the fish!” Toby and Tyler said proudly. It reminded me of Cody and his first catch, and I couldn’t help but grin. Cody and I took the boys swimming after supper and dropped them at the trailer at dark.
How has this ranch rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting