Madison Arm Resort
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... could). We checked out and strolled with our luggage down the pristine streets edged with pristine grass to the vehicle that would be our home for the next four days. What a magnificent beast it was! And huge too! It was everything I'd ever dreamed of in a campervan holiday! We made a quick shopping list and headed to an en route Walmart Supacente to stock up on food and other essentials that we'd need for the next few days. We realised ...
... mountains juxtaposed with sharp momentous rocky crags. This included Mount Washburn at 10,243 feet.
We passed several of the volcanic pools including Mammoth Hot Springs. This is a large hill sized buildup of the residue of the chemicals from the springs. We then encountered a 10 mile construction section with a half hour wait. This was along the section beside the Gardner River on one side and Gardeners Hole on the other. This ...
... it, more geysers. But it also has the Paint Pots, which were really cool boiling "muddy" geysers. The mud was quite colorful, which I assume is why it's called the PAINT Pots.
We moseyed on our way and came across a herd of bison and some elk hanging out waiting for us to take pictures. And since the sun hadn't set yet, we stopped for a short hike to Firehole Falls before heading to our hotel to fall into bed.
... is a geyser that goes off at a certain time plus or minus a few minutes – about every hour. There was a bit of time to the eruption, so i spent time
in the visitors center and museum learning about geysers and the park in general. Soon it was time to head off to see the eruption itself. There was lots of people waiting. We did not have to wait long and soon it did erupt. It was cool to watch. Once it was over it was time for us ...
... the Continental Divide for the 7th time at Red Rock Pass (7,120 feet) and left Montana to enter Idaho. Montana has been amazing in terms of landscape and people, but it was nice to tick off this point on our journey. From here the riding was mostly downhill or flat. After some awesome single track through the Idaho forests, we stopped at the Sawtelle Resort to get supplies for the next two and a half days - and treated ourselves to a coke and crisps - and reached the ...