Yellowstone Wildlife Cabins
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- Pets allowed
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... Ford Escape. Check out my photo.
The hot springs is the largest collection of hydrothermal features on the planet. Check out the pictures and enjoy the hot springs. As we start our trip back, which is about a 48 mile trip, a herd of buffalo are walking down the middle of the road and so we wait. They finally slow walk off the road and we are back on our way.
... for the show. We drove the Upper Loop and saw the family of Bison grazing next to the road. We saw the hot pots and drove through the mountains reaching 8,892 feet. The next day we drove the short side road to Fire Hole Falls. We think this may be our favorite little ride. We then drove the Lower Loop which included the Canyon Village and the Upper ...
Started out around 6:45 am with what we knew was going to be about 10 hours of driving ahead. We realized last night we will have limited service and no wifi at Yellowstone so this might be my last blog until Thursday. We've been so busy and tired when we get in at night that we haven't made a campfire. I promised one ( and smores) at Yellowstone, but we realized reading last night that our campground doesn't allow one... Oops.. Bryce, I guess. The boys continue to be really easy ...
... way we saw that many of the tall trees were burnt and a number of smaller greener trees were taking their place.
After checking into our camping spot at bridge bay we relaxed a bit and then debated on what we should do next. Finally we decided to head up to canyon village to go to the visitor center and find out more about hiking trails nearby. Along the way we saw a couple of bison grazing on the ...
... the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone! Again, we found ourselves discouraged by the crowds, but we took the fifteen or so switchbacks down to check out the brink of the Lower Falls. This spot quickly slid into place as our favorite spot in the park. We stood atop the 308 foot waterfall just feet above the gushing drop off point. Our legs turned to jello as we stepped up to the edge to peer down at the crashing water hundreds of feet below our perch. This spot also provided ...