Antlers Lodge Cooke City
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... better than Old Faithful. We then visited the Upper and Lower Falls and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Along the way we spotted many bison, some of whom just mosey along the road. Words cannot really describe the beauty and amazing things we saw so please check out the pictures. We finished the day with a late dinner at the Lake Hotel celebrating Dylan's birthday. Not a bad way to spend your 11th birthday, ...
... that although the Park is open, only a few facilities in the park are open; several restrooms, a gas station in Mammoth, a visitor center and no camp grounds so far. Furthermore, with the park only being open a few days and limited cell service throughout, I can safely say the right paw of the National Park Service does not know what the left hoof is doing. I didn't come for the interpretive ranger ...
Today after a leisurely breakfast at the lace curtain place we headed back into the Grizzly Bear and Wolf Discovery Centre just to make sure that we could actually see some bears and wolves. The Centre is wonderful – actually the inhabitants of the centre are the stars. The bears are all active looking for food which the keepers have hidden around their lovely enclosure. Two of the largest bears weight 700lb and 1000lb. All the others looked about ...
Today we went from Dickinson ND to Cook City Montana. We left Bismarck late last night and made the last stretch to the other side of North Dakota in the dark. After leaving Dickinson, we came upon Theodore Roosevelt National Park, where bison meet the badlands terrain. The buffalo ended up charging the road at the park entrance and created quite the lineup on the roads. We left North Dakotas grasslands and headed through Montana. Montana was quite ...
Leaving for Yellowstone, we were full of excitement and anticipation, imagining what all we might see and experience.
Well, after about 2 hours on the road, and still about 2 hours from Yellowstone, Deena sheepishly mustered the courage to inform me that the battery in the camera had just died. We were both surprised and disappointed, as the battery charge indicator had just minutes ago indicated a 50% charge left. But, because of the fact ...