Gardiner Guest House B&B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... made our day was a man in jorts!). We made it
just in time before it down poured. Hunger was beginning to slow us down, so we
decided to eat at the cafeteria. Diana got a really good bison meatloaf, but I
unwisely chose a buffalo chicken sub that was very unsatisfying.
The next stop, Biscuit Basin, included another geyser, Jewel
Geyser, that we were able to catch erupting. This one was far more active ...
... We had an 11 AM horseback riding adventure up a winding road up the mountain behind our cabin. I got a little nervous that we would be riding along some death trail. We found the ranch high above Gardiner with Chelsa at the reigns. She had 9 horses ready to go. Another family from California joined us. Mae, Peter, Lauren and Aubrey. All of our kids combined were 7, 8 , 9, 10 and 11. They were really nice.
We all mounted our horses with a ...
... the scene in Jurassic Park where the cars stopped and they were looking for dinosaurs. We didn't see dinosaurs or animals. On we went arriving at Old Faithful one hour before the next blow. We planned it so we had our picnic lunch there while we waited. It took us 5 1/2 hours to get there. Cool thing to see. Lots of people. Nothing terribly exciting but you have to see it. Let's do a time check. It took us 5 1/2 hours to drive there. Guess how ...
... the mountains. Beautiful. Then on some long stretch of Amber waves of grain and purple mountains majesty, our gas bell dings. There is nothing out here in America the Beautiful. We rolled into Livingston on fumes. It is a sleepy little town that used to be the Gateway to Yellowstone because it is where the railroad came through. We had lunch in a neat little restaurant called Northern Pacific Beanery in an old building related to the train station next door. ...
... We then turned east along the West zip Thumb portion of Yellowstone Lake. This winds back north to Lake Village and the ?Lake Hotel. I enjoyed stopping in here to see where we had all stayed on our family vacation. The dining room and sun rooms were the same! We then entered Hayden Valley that was filled with buffalo. This was a great time to visit as it was mating season - love was in the air! We continued north into Canyon Village, stopping at the Upper Falls and the ...