Hunter's Hot Springs Resort
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... Reservoir and its surrounding meadows." Pretty good description. It’s located in the middle of an 8,000 acre ranch.
As the wind picked up a bit, it blew in the smoke from the fires in Oregon and Washington.
After dinner, Jerry and I took a ...
... valleys, I also found myself cruising about 10 miles of alkali lakes. I tried to savor each view and took many photos so I might share the experience when I get home.
With hlf my drinkables half depleted, I ran into a 'town' called Wagontire, population 1. That's right, 1. His name is Marty and he was a character. At first he yelled at me, "I suppose you want some @#$% water now. I have to truck it in 100 ...
The first draft didn't save, so this will be brief. We explored near the campsite today, first - an ancient Indian Encampment across the lake where we found some obsidian that indians made into tools and arrowheads, visited a gravel pit where Dolly found an agate and visited a volcanic rock field that had rocks blown 7,700 years ago during an eruption from about 100 ...
... out Facebook. While there, another camper and his wife from California gave us a lead on a campground about 15 miles south of Jackson Hole, WY our next intended destination. It supposed to get up to 80 degrees today, winds are light and we plan to check out an ancient Indian encampment site next to Juniper Lake.
Enjoy the photos from this morning!
Jan, Dolly and Chi Chi
... t work. I had Katie unload a closet behind the bathroom and we found an access panel. I took that off, removed a pipe and again tried to "snake" it but that didn't work. Time for the big guns. I used the high water pressure bladder, that when you turn on the garden hose it expands to block the pipe then shoots a heavy stream of water down the pipe. It worked like a champ! After putting everything back together and reattaching ...