Yellowstone Wildlife Cabins
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... unless it is literally right next to you and you can quickly get at least 30 feet up. STAND YOUR GROUND. Wave your arms and speak in a loud low voice. Many times charging bears have come within a few feet of a person and then veered off at the last second.If a bear approaches your campsite aggressively chase it away. Make noise with pots and pans, throw rocks, and if needed, hit the bear. Do not let the bear get any food.
If you have surprised a bear and are contacted ...
... acting. Jane and Michael Banks however were a little bit...raw. The skies may be wide in Montana, but the child acting pool is not too deep. Overall though it was a very good show, and Mary, while not Julie Andrews (but really, who is), was quite good. The theater also had dole whip (pineapple soft serve ice cream) which is always a huge plus in my book.
Mom, Memere, and I capped off the evening by visiting some of the shops in quaint little West Yellowstone. I got ...
... we drove up to Roosevelt Lodge, which was about another 30 miles north (like I said this place is big…). There we joined up with a Western Cookout where we rode in a covered wagon to a cookout in a big valley which was really neat. Right when we got there we encountered a huge lightning storm and I was thinking they might have to cancel, but it blew by pretty quickly and we got going. ...
The best part of today's road trip from Stevensville to West Yellowstone was stopping by an authentic wild west ghost town. Mikey and Debbie recommended we make time for this slight detour and is was a fantastic suggestion.
The town of Bannack was established in 1862. Early prospectors found gold in nearby Grasshopper Creek and the town of 400 quickly grew to three thousand. It was a boom and bust time and when ...
... spotted a log that she thought was the Coyote!) and saw the aftermath of a car crash, maybe caused by someone dodging an animal or watching an animal rather than the road.
After leaving the park we spent the night in West Yellowstone. It is very busy once again, the motel is full (luckily we had booked in advance), as are most others in the town. It's not cheap to stay around Yellowstone, but it's well worth ...