Moose Creek Cabins and Inn
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free parking
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Day 23 Today was a driving day through John D Rockefeller Jr. Memorial Parkway and Grand Teton National Park, south of Yellowstone NP. It was very pleasant, driving mainly through pines, along side rivers and meadows. The Teton Range is certainly spectacular and lives up to its name. Sightings: bison, motor bikes - singles and doubles. Mileage: 188 mi Temperature: 87f Hotel: lake Yellowstone ...
... that day that, without Grandma Fiona's practical thinking to aid us, we'd failed to remember several of those essential things that she never forgets - salt, pepper, cooking oil, butter... Hopefully we will learn for next time. Once we felt we'd bought most of the shop (including, as it was cheaper to buy than to hire, a car seat covered in butterflies for Bryony - she gave a beautiful demonstration as to how butterflies flap their wings for ...
... alongside the river paralleled a whole series of mountains.
It was a rainy day during the middle part of the day so not as many pictures in spite of the vistas. It was a great day for critters even with the rain. Beside my early morning elk, we saw two other herds of elk; one of the elk had a tracking collar. We also saw a couple of buffalo; Peg adds, and two chipmunks.
Got back fairly early to the camper took Tex out then went ...
We wet to Yellowstone National Park, it was awesome! We saw lots of bison, elk, chipmunks, and some deer. When we were leaving we saw some people stopped in one spot and stopped to take a look. We could barely see it at first but then we realized what it was and it was a........ grizzly bear!! I didn't know it was a grizzly at ...
... as well.
We then drove over to west Yellowstone, left the park and went to our hotel – best western desert inn. We got our rooms and dropped off our stuff, we then meet up again and walked down the street to the wolf and grizzly discovery center. This was another optional. We got to see wolves being fed as well as bears wandering around. The center also had a few birds of prey. Our ticket also included a ticket to ...