Skyline Guest Ranch and Guide Service
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We zijn (inmiddels al weer gisteren) na een ontbijt in de motelkamer eerst nog wat inkopen gaan doen bij de Walmart die vlak naast het motel te vinden was. We wisten al dat er in Cooke City geen winkel zou zijn om water, brood etc. in te slaan. De tank weer gevuld, met de lange reisdagen en veel bergen vliegt de benzine er door! Tegen 10.00 uur op …
... the most dangerous animals found in the park in winter (ie, no bears). We stopped for lunch in Cooke City, most of which was closed for the season. On the return trip we visited wildlife photographers Dan and Cindy Hartman at their home / gallery on the outskirts of Cooke City. One notable rest stop was the Buffalo Ranch, former site of a bison breeding program key to the restoration of these magnificent animals to ...
Today we drove into Yellowstone from the East entrance near Cody and began driving the grand loop.
From Fishing Bridge we drove North to Canyon where nothing was open except the bathroom which was good. I liked the bathroom. From there we drove to Norris and then up to Mammoth, then out of the Park to Cooke, Montana.
I start this passage with this bit of navigation as way of letting ...
... the middle of the main street. 2nd time in a holiday! Now we’re sitting outside the back of where we are staying at the Alpine Inn on deckchairs in front of a huge cast iron fireplace with a roaring fire with flames shooting out the top, waiting for our hand twirled pizza to be picked up by the guys. What a hard life. Klms travelled so far: 3,308. Tomorrow we ride the famous Beartooth Pass onto Red Lodge, Billings and staying at Hardin for the ...
... parking lot of cars! Once we got on the trail we were pretty much on our own and the views were amazing. Seeing the canyon walls explains how the park got its name--the rock has an obvious yellow tint. The Yellowstone river that runs through the canyon is a vibrant dark blue-green color. It's breathtakingly beautiful. We stayed on the trail for about a mile and then turned back. It's possible to continue on to Uncle Tom's trail that takes you to a set of stairs that leads ...