Faithful Street Inn
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, several of the geyer basins and of course, old faithful. There was some wildlife but not as much as expected - we saw elk & bighorn sheep just upon entering and a few bison throughout the day.
Most campsites were full with the only ones available being at very high altitudes and a plan for ...
... elk herds are quite an attraction. After all, if you had a choice between tough prairie grasses and a nice green lawn, and you were an elk, what would you eat? I doubt the town ever has to mow those lawns.
The hot springs are quite the sight. As with most geyser areas, they have created a boardwalk through the area for ...
... on the deck at us hitting Caden and Mother. He said it was really hot. Then we drive to Mammoth Hot Springs. I remember this from about 20 years ago (Oye that makes me feel kinda old) when we visited and it was the most changed sight. Much of it was inactive, and was just rock. And some parts had flowing water from the geysers up high. Peyton left her water bottle near the top...I had the privilege Of walking the flights of stairs and ramps twice..talk ...
... I think it was 4ish before the rain stopped and I could fall back to sleep. I had turned off all electronics, but the mom in me worried about the girls on their cots and the metal in the tent thingies that hold it up. I awoke after 5a.m. The rain had stopped or so I thought. It began again before stopping long enough for us to wake the girls and get everything loaded. We were on the road by 6:15a.m. Within minutes, it started raining again. We stopped in Spearfish to eat cereal on a ...
... Lake for a couple of pictures. The lake has 141 miles of
shoreline and is the largest high elevation lake in North America. Beautiful! We were still looking for the trophy elk when we hit another traffic jam. Gridlock so I
had my camera ready. Tourists were taking pictures of this huge bull elk in a meadow below, as was I, when a lady got out of a car and screamed, ...