Yellowstone Wildlife Cabins
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- Pets allowed
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... Geyser Basin to see a number of multicolored pools, but the fog was so thick at around 10am therewe could only see subtle hints of the colors..darn! We still walked the boardwalk and planned on going to see Old Faithful while the mist bruns off. We staopped at the AMAZING Old. Faithful Inn...the worlds largest log cabin, must be five stories high, built in 1903-4 for $140000. I will try to ...
... it and make sure no one got hurt. I saw elk and deer also and only got rained on a couple times. Overall, it was a productive and fulfilling day. I enjoyed soaking in all the beautiful sights and it made me want to come back again for an extended stay (or at least longer than one full day). I was well taken care of and learned about the town which is very touristy in the summer. I'm very glad I made the trip! Until ...
... Canyon of Yellowstone. Along the way we say deer and bison, and we stopped and walked along some hotpots that were steaming, bubbling and smelled of strong sulfur. We continued on to the Artist Lookout at the Grand Canyon. It is remarkable how the river that was just flowing smoothly tumbles down a roaring waterfall into a deep canyon that does resemble a mini Grand Canyon. We took a bunch of pictures and set off for more animal sightings. As ...
... is less than four and a half inches wide! When the water erupted there were lots of oohs and sash and it formed a superb spectacle for about four minutes. Geysers can be found in four regions in the world other than Yellowstone, chile, New Zealand, Iceland, and Russia. More than half the geysers in the world are at Yellowstone, which shows how important this area is, geologically.
After seeing the ...
... record for us to stay in one place, we never got bored as there was so much to see and do. We saw heaps of Black Bear, a few Grizzly, a Badger, Pronghorn, Elk, herds of Bison, Coyote, Mountain Goat, Big-horn Sheep, Marmots, Bald Egales, Deer, this area of the park was teeming with wildlife! Grasslands, waterfalls, geysers, canyons, forest, rivers, lakes, hot springs and bubbling mud, this place has it all! Yellowstone is simply a fantastic place to ...