Fairmont Hot Springs Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... up with over eleven miles. I had lunch and relaxed by taking a "high altitude nap." One of the best kinds... In the evening I did a walk in the campground and had the pleasure of seeing a cow moose with small, twin calves. The mom was laying down across the road, with the babes about a hundred feet away. I've never seen such a relaxed, casual arrangement. There were lots of folks passing ...
... The place I chose had Teepees!
Pulled into Fairmont RV Park and hoped that we could get a site without a reservation. The thing that caught my eye was "24 hour laundry" which i knew would be a big seller and got situated. The kids first priority wasn't to eat or get out and relax or anything like what you might expect from four teens. They all immediately said, "let's do laundry!!!" It was officially ...
... and got a couple shots of them there. The different colors of the ice huts give every photo an individual look. I have a number of new photos and hope to get them done tomorrow.
I'm reading Ken Follett's book, "Fall of Giants," now and want to get back at it. I try to budget my time with exercise, reading, computer time etc. It's a challenge at times, as you can imagine. As I've heard many times before, I ...
... Lynn had been had been up for awhile we tried our new formula for streak-free window washing. It failed. Need I say more? We hand washed a few prominent ones and let it go at that.
We took a hike over to Rainbow Bay, about three and a quarter miles. The shores were covered with hopeful fishermen, but none bragged of any success. A bit of rain started to fall, so Lynn ...
ok so slightly bummed i left yellowstone without going to tetons...but i decided u got to roll with the punches. so Shima and I agreed to creep directly north along the western edge of the rockies up to glacier national park. unfortunately we had no plan and also were told that almost all campgrounds were not opened for a couple more weeks. so i was a little nervous and just decided to move onward and upward. ...