Gardiner Guest House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is more than 4000ft wide at the top and 1000ft deep. It expresses the parks complex geological history in dramatic colours and shapes, it snakes for 20 miles and really is spectacular. We decide to hike the trail to the upper falls viewpoint first. On reaching the most beautiful spot where a wooden bridge crossed the stream, we stop to take in the scenery. Suddenly out of the shadows by the waters edge a large black bear appeared and wanders down to drink, less than 20 ...
... would have liked to have hung around for the nightly rodeo, but we needed to head into Yellowstone and set up our camp for the next few days. Once we reached the park the landscape had become much more rocky and mountainous, and our fuel economy wasn't doing so great with the climb to 8,000ft! We are camping at Fishing Bridge RV park - turns out they only let hard sided vehicles camp here because this is on the grizzly ...
... a slight snicker or titter when discussed in the same sentence as 'real' motorcycles.
Well I would like to officially debunk the myth (mostly created by me!) that this is a scooter, it is not. It does have a continuously variable transmission, a computer that calculates an assortment of trip related data, integrated saddlebags and trunk and it goes like snot! Well, it goes like snot with the 'old man driver' twisting the ...
... him in. We had to walk quite a ways and I was glad he wasn't waiting when we got back to the car.
For those of you who don't know (I'm probably sounding like an idiot, but I had no idea), you can't walk on the ground in a lot of the areas. There are boardwalks and danger signs posted all over the place. People don't pay attention though, by the Prismatic Spring there was a no swimming sign by the stream, but people decided to wade in ...
... we would venture north in the afternoon. We went down to picturesque Yellowstone lake to a pretty great beach area, only there were swarms of damsel flys, thousands of them. They were everywhere and quickly overwhelmed us all. (Especially me since I don't like when nature touches me.) This took us through Hayden Valley again (I took pictures this time!) it is the spot to see bison! Phoebe especially loved pointing out each and every one we saw especially the babies! ...