Yellowstone Suites B&B
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... metres away. You don't want to make a mother bear angry!
Part way through the park we came across Yellowstone's Grand Canyon, not as big as it's more famous American cousin, but still impressive, particularly as it has two large waterfalls cascading down it. I decide to walk down to the canyon floor to see the falls closer up, not really thinking about the fact that every stair I took down to the canyon floor I would have to take back up. 380 ...
Currently in rhe town of west yellowstone to get a bite to eat and a good signal. After OF we went back to the prismatic pool and hiked south of it up a steep hill. Wow. We hit some nice waterfalls and will be heading back to camp soon. Saw an elk bull and cow right alongside the road and the usual paparazzi. Tonight we might got for a late night hike back to Norris basin for milkyway photos, headlamps and bear spray in hand. Ok, buffalo burger just ...
We started the day off around 7am going to the Norris geyser basin! Wow, it is the most thermally active region in the park. We got there early enough and saw nobody on the trails that wound thru the bubbling fumerols and hot springs. It was amazing and i'll try to post a pic. Sorry for the quality of these...they are only iphone ...
... Rafting Company's raft and ride package)
Hotel: Cowboy Cabins (still awesome!)
Helpful hint: Book ahead for HB & raft (they do allow cancellations). AM ride was warm but not uncomfortable and allowed time to go eat before rafting. PM warm/hot and water felt great. You will get wet.
Restaurants: K-Bar as suggested by guides for good pizza
We woke up again to a gorgeous morning. We had Blueberry pancakes over ...
... and Lynelle had everything ready for us. Her husband helped me back into our space. Meanwhile she made tour reservations for Sunday afternoon and Sunday for us. We quickly set up camp, visited with our children, fed the dogs. We set out for a quick drive into the park. I bought Miss Pat a senior national parks pass for $10, rather buying a daily pass for me. We drove thru one of the national park camp sites - no electric! I hope to drive by Fishing Bridge camp tomorrow, ...