Yellowstone Suites B&B
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... in the afternoon. No pics to post from my phone on that trip. Leaving Yellowstone in the morning to head north of the park tomorrow to Chico springs. Taking a short hike and then a swim in the Boiling River for a soak in a natural hot spring and then horseback ride up Pine Creek into the Absaroka ...
... that were sheer rock faces.
We stopped and had lunch at a little restaurant (4 tables) called the Inn on the Gallatin. I had a barbecue beef brisket and Peg had a brie, turkey, apple panini with honey mustard sauce. My barbecue was so good Peg ordered one to take home for later.
Looking at the mountains we kept hoping for a big horn sheep or at least a mountain goat. But we did not see one critter ...
... than a human), but we we close enough that we could hear the noise the Bison made whilst drinking from the lake. There was a flock of geese in the lake, wisely keeping their distance from the Bison too.
Deer were abundant in the park, and seemingly unfazed by human presence. We drove around various locations in the west and north of the park, including Hayden Valley and Lamar Valley. Here we discovered that the Bison we encountered ...
... lodge pole pines. There aren't really beavers living there so not sure what the name reference is about. The water isn't conducive to habitat. Maybe it was at one time. I also made it a day of wildflower photos. Lots to look at on the mountains.
Next I toured the town of mammoth and looked at the falls and surrounding hot spots. it's an interesting geothermal area that literally has a staircase flow of minerals and ...
... Park on the Beartooth Highway. Animal sightings were easy to find as vehicles congregated by the side of the road and cameras were buzzing! We sighted several herds of Bison, 2 black bears (one with Cubs), a marmot, several prairie dogs, mountain goats and deer. A gorge carved out by the Yellowstone River gave us a preview of what the Grand Canyon will look like. Driving past meadows and rushing rivers with snow capped mountains, mostly higher than Mt Kosciusko made this a memorable ...