Gardiner Guest House B&B
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... boiling water about 150 feet up into the air! The visitor centre is right next to Old Faithful so we went there next so that I could enjoy revising my A-level geology and Bryony and Iain could wander around the kids section and run up and down the ramps. Here Bryony became fascinated by the other children - mainly the girls - and followed them around saying, "Hello girl!" She made many smile and laugh, us included! At the bookstore, I quenched my thirst for ...
... maybe 10 years ago. It was great having family as your insurer, not that we got deals, he couldn't do that, but he did provide exceptional service and helped me several times when I was about to make a stupid mistake.
It was also a little tough cus he knew your dirty laundry too, but BIll was always a pro and while he might answer a question or give some advice at a family event he never once said "Hey Lou, you'd better watch those demerits!" ...
... be my favorite sight of the day. Echinus Spring was a large multicolored spring surrounded by greenery, further emphasizing its unreal colors. Pink, orange, and red circled around the inner pool of bright blue, forming an awesome run of colors so vivid they looked photoshopped onto a lake. We moved on to Steamboat Geyser, whose last large explosion was in September 2014, reaching up to 300 feet in height. At the moment Steamboat was blowing a pretty good cloud of smoke, and ...
... parking lots in various spots at the bottom and I don't have my cell phone. We eventually saw the car and waved Bill down, and as a bonus the kids and I didn't need a shower tonight.
We scampered into our cabin-like home away from home for the next two nights, grabbed dinner and have zoned out watching a marathon of a "Finding Bigfoot" on Animal Planet. The kids are more entranced by this than by anything we have seen today I think. LOL!
... scenery was delightful both going up and coming down. The coach made a stop at a place just outside of Burgess Junction for coffee and pie (I just ate saltines and drank Hydralite) and we saw our first moose. Yay! We then headed to Cody to spend 2hrs 45mins (kill me now) at the Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, which is affiliated with the Smithsonian so it's actually legit. I was pleasantly surprised that it had some pretty interesting stuff in it and ...