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... bear carving, which I knew I wanted from the start of our wilderness exploration. We then got dinner at the Old Town Cafe, which was a quaint little local place that looked like an old fashioned saloon on the inside. The food was good, the atmosphere was cozy, and our waiter was super nice, aside from the fact that he was a Yankees fan. Proof that nobody's perfect. Our French fries were also made from Idaho potatoes, rounding out our sampling of Idaho food. I'm impressed. Go ...
... were pretty worn out by this point, and they were not all that impressed by this outing. I thought it was pretty well done, and saw the best double rainbow ever. This ended at around 8:00, and we drove back and got home around 9:30. So it was a heck of a long day, but we managed to see most of the top attractions on our list.
... went belly-up so did the town. Once the proud capital of the Territory of Montana, by the 1940's the town was essentially abandoned. Efforts to preserve the site in tact with all buildings were successful and it is currently a state park. A single, graveled road allows visitors to stroll down Main Street and almost hear the sounds of spurs and heavy cowboy boots clomping on the wooden porch of the saloon or the clip ...
... excited to see all the park had in store and experience the diverse landscapes within. Being surrounded by nothing but nature for days sounded like the perfect vacation to me. We followed the winding road through miles of (sadly) dead trees (due to a forest fire in 1988 that left 800,000 acres of forest burned) and the Yellowstone lake to the left. Our first pull off was lake side, where we skipped stones (and I threw a fit over all the spiders hiding in the ...
... minutes. There are more spectacular geysers in the park but are unpredictable. At the end of a very pretty day, we exited through the west gate, checked in to planet earth's crappiest RV park and went for dinner. How small is the world? Our waiter at the Gusher pizza restaurant recognised our accents and announced he'd spent 2 years in Australia as a Mormon missionary. Where? Mittagong! The church is in Mum's street! Nice pizza too. We had a mounted moose head over our ...
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