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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... 40. While backing into a parking position outside the museum, I nearly crushed our bicycles into the hood of a truck when I got our hand-signals for STOP mixed-up. After examining our near miss, I confirmed which semaphore arm signal would mean STOP IMMEDIATELY.
The dinosaur museum was very interesting! It was a mix of real and cast fossil bones, dioramas, Indian lore and crafts, a ...
... jumble of rocks. It was only when we were at the bottom of it that Frank looked on his GPS and said that we had just gone through S.O.B. Again, not far beyond is the very fun Schoolboy Rapid. The river narrows and runs into the left wall, creating a really exciting series of roller coaster waves. I got drenched! More riffles take us down to the Inglesby Rapid, the final named rapid in Split Mountain Canyon. Sadly we head through the last two miles ...
... Quarry Visitor Center. There are a few stops to see some small fossils along the trail. There are lots of other hiking trails in the park but I didn't have time to take any of them.
I enjoyed Dinosaur National Monument. I don't believe there are any other places where you can see so many fossils still in the rock.
When I got back I headed to Vernal, UT and got a room for the ...
We were planning a long drive today, so we got up early and left SD, driving through Wyoming and headed for Vernal, Utah. This leg of the trip is over 500 miles so we wanted to get an early start. We left the campground, turned left and soon found ourselves back on the curvy, up and down roads to get us out of the Black Hills. At one point, we saw the sign for curvy road, steep grade, no shoulders ...
... br> American flags lining the main drag. There were fireworks sellers
all over town at little stands on the street corners and in giant
tents in store parking lots. The irony is that due to the threat of
wildfire, you were only allowed to shoot them off in the town park.
I could just picture the park lined with eager fireman standing
around with hoses at the ready...like the snowplow guys in that