Howlers Inn Bed & Breakfast and Wolf Sanctuary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at Old Faithful anytime today and been hours off of an eruption, but we arrived in perfect timing. Oh, happy day! The rest of Yellowstone was pretty much what we had seen yesterday. The one highlight that also stuck out today was the herd of elk that were feeding when we were leaving. As we finished our adventure for the day, we were heading out of the north entrance of the park and noticed a few elk feeding nearby. ...
... not as dramatic as it sounds actually.
Looks like we picked a good spot ... and a place next door for a beer and some food... perfect!
Well, only one more night after this and only two more stages of the journey and this one will be in the books. Seems like we have been away for ages! Lol that must mean a successful trip. We have Great Falls tomorrow and then home. Time to retire... to bed. Over and Out
... it is equally reciprocated. However, i do not expect reciprocation, i can't help but hope someone shakes me to the core.
Room Assignment, Grizzly Dorm Room 203. Being on the second floor will be cool. The rooms themselves are nothing special. Simply a vessel for me to fill with my personality. I relish in the thought of fully unpacking. Walking around here, you see many different types of people. The first things i have noticed about ...
... the option to stay in Whitefish, or go down to Kalispell (next planned point on my route). Again, with no real transport between the two, chose to stay in Kalispell, chilled out and cleaned myself and my clothes up after a couple of weeks spent camping in the national parks! That evening, we drove round the countryside and the artificial beach round a massive lake, then stopped in Whitefish and met a guy called Moss from New York who was couchsurfing in Carmens other flat. He'd ...
... invite was harder to resist than the next. After saying goodbye on a few occasions already, Dave and Renee gave us the ultimate send-off by joining us for an urban camping trip in Paradise Valley. We spent our last night together camped out under a blanket of stars, enjoying a clear view of the Milky Way and counting shooting stars...think we got to 23 before the lively conversation faded and we lost the battle to our eyelids. Perfect ending to a perfect visit! ...