Moose Creek Cabins and Inn
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Free parking
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... General Store for a look see. Then we breezed through the visitors center quickly looking at the exhibits about the animals of Yellowstone. It was very cool. The car was reading around 59-62 degrees outside. We were now over 7,800 ft up, and throughout the day going higher and then back down. We will stay this high during our stay in Yellowstone. It was now my turn to drive. We drove north to Norris Village to visit the Museum of the National Park Ranger. It was ...
... has the Junior Ranger Station which has many exhibits just for kids. Our goal here was for the kids to turn in their Junior Ranger Workbook which has all kinds of activities for the kids to do to get to know the Park, inoder to get their Junior Ranger Badges. When they turned in the books, the Ranger asked them some questions and talked to them a little bit about the park before having them state an oath and then gave ...
First, here's a little info on Yellowstone National Park to put it all into perspective. Yellowstone was the first national park to be designated in the US. Established in 1872, it's history alone turns it into a quest. Yellowstone is the eighth largest national park at 2.2 million acres and lies within three states (Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho). Ranging in elevation from 5,282 feet in the valley to 11,358 feet at Eagle Peak's summit, these ...
... next, though. We pulled around a corner to see a car pulled over, and a family taking pictures. Confused, we looked out to see a large black bear resting in the grass! I jumped out (almost wiping out on the side of the road) and ran across the street with my camera. British girls next to me pointed it out and I starting snapping away. Suddenly the girls freak out and point above the grass into the woods, where two black bear cubs were playing! It was probably ...
... but it was still very interesting. Some of the other hot springs, were deep turquiose blue or vibrant yellow, all of them with mist steaming from the top surface. It was breezy out and as you walked along you were bathed in an alternating hot then cool breeze wafting over you. I can only guess what toxic fumes we were all breathing...maybe thats why the colors were so trippy man, dig? Many of the pics we took i expect to be very abstract swirls of color ...