Moose Creek Cabins and Inn
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... ordered trout because I hadn't had it before. Very nice dinner. And Heidi had booked me my own room which was flash as. We arrived near the end of the tourist season, so things were pretty quiet there. Apparently snow is coming the day after we leave. So we were lucky we arrived when we did.
... I had stepped back into a western movie. This is the original hotel Buffalo Bill started and named after a deceased daughter. The decor reminded me of a Wyatt Earp saloon scene. We decided to eat lunch here and it was a great meal. From Cody we drove to Yellowstone for day two. Our goal was to enjoy the Canyon Village area and it did not disappoint. We saw more wildlife than during our first trip here. There ...
... she seems to be loving it.
We experienced our second traffic jam of the day on the way home as yet more Bison decided they would use the road (quite understandably) as a shortcut on their journey.
Completely exhausted we headed in to town for dinner of pulled beef brisket burgers (sounded better than they were if you can believe that...) and then off to bed for a second instalment tomorrow.
... teeth under the bridge. Of course, we had to bring them home. There were many bird nests under the bridge. The bike path was longer than expected. I realized I had Brad pull in the wrong drive. It was at least two miles long versus a mile. Someone saw fresh grizzly tracks earlier in the morning. The ranger said the bears are curious about the sound bear bells make, so we put that away and talked or sang throughout the ride.
To the right of Grand Prismatic ...
... magic photo. So, apologies, we saw one but have no great photos to prove it. Other sightings included elk, pronghorn and bighorn sheep.
Lunch was at the end of the valley beside Pebble Creek, attended by a colony of gophers (or were they squirrels or muskrats), before we retraced our steps down the valley, turning north at Tower-Roosevelt and heading for Mammoth Hot Springs.
Parking at Mammoth was insane but we eventually found a parking spot we could fit into, and ...