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- High-speed internet in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Park, established in 1872, and it became a model for the rest of the world. I knew Yellowstone was large, but neither of us realized how extensive all the thermal features are. You always hear about Old Faithful, but just in the Old Faithful area there are many, many other geysers. We arrived at Old Faithful just in time to see it erupt, then in walking around for the next hour or so, we saw 3 others erupt. So much fun! It is amazing to be driving ...
... moose we've seen. Haven’t seen a black or grizzly bear up close and personal Tom and Mary Haas.
Heading south again we arrive at Jackson, WY. Home to many famous ski sloops. This town you can tell is not for the faint of pocketbook. Lots of art and clothing stores and not sure who is buying all this stuff. How many shelves can you put stuff on. Next we check ...
... so we stopped for a photo. We were pleasantly surprised we were driving right through the Grand Teton National Park area. The road our GPS wanted us to take was perfectly parallel to Teton Park Road going right through the park. No brainer which road to take! Speed limit was 30 miles per hour but worth the slow down. Made a few stops for pictures. The best was Jenny Lake overlook, absolutely beautiful with the lake and mountains ...
... to snowmobile to school! We slept like ROCKS and woke up this morning for a nice breakfast with Ariana and Sheila before we said our goodbyes to them. Then we set out for a full day horse ride adventure with the other guests (now all of them good friends – one woman with her family used to even work with me in Senator Kohl’s office). We were out from 9:45 am to 3 pm. Brian estimate that we rode about eight miles, but I’ll tell you – there were ...
... cattle while crossing the Wind River many, many times. We noticed the water wasn't the clear blue like in the Wind River Canyon. The huge reservoir we passed awhile back in the reservation filters the water leaving behind the silt that is flowing down from the mountains. Andrew had said that we would be wowed by the contrast of the grassy plains to the Grand Tetons. He was right; wow what a sight it is. Just before we ...