Mack'S Inn Resort
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking rooms
- Microwave in room
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... road and so got to walk the lovely path along the river to the log bridge that begins the boardwalks through the basin. Of course what we mostly could see was steam: clouds, streamers, puffs and swirls of steam. The entire basin beneath our feet was a mosaic of flowing springs, rivulets of color and pattern, quite beautiful in itself. We nicknamed the boardwalk around the Grand Prismatic Springs, the "Boardwalk of Lost Hats", as we counted ...
... unpredictably. At this geyser some water shot a few inches off the ground and others were a few feet high. The Grotto geyser was completely covered with siliceous sinter looking like an overturned tea cup with no handle. Hot, steamy water bubbled up release holes on the sides instead of the usual single blow hole. We also passed by steaming springs of blue water surrounded by orange buildup of algae and bacteria that thrive in warm waters. All ...
... but you and your horse (rental car) and the open sky, you notice these things and they keep ya going... I mean wow, they sure got popular thankfully. We liked them so much we both got a pair but they seem a little strange with hiking boots on, we're getting a lot of looks, oh well. Overall the nature of this place is Majesty, plain and simple. Everything is big, the mountains, the open plains and meadows, the mammals,the waterfalls, the steaming vents and ...
... of our kit in randomly so we could ride our bikes quickly up the hill to the Togwotee Mountain Lodge where there was an Exxon garage serving coffee and where the sun had already reached. We set up the stove there, thawed out, and ate our porridge and pop tarts, as well as brewing more coffee on the stove. Just as we were finishing up, two familiar faces pulled up in a familiar truck: it was Ron and Vivian who we had met in Ovando and shared an awesome meal out with in Butte. ...
... on the Yellowstone River, specially exciting for Amy who hasn't been to the Grand Canyon (yet).
After that we carried on back to our campground, where we planned to change sites. We stopped at the office and were assigned a new site, so we packed up our stuff and hoisted the empty tent right on top of the car. We drove slowly around the campground with the adults hanging on to the front corners ...