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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... side of the road, and herds and herds of bison up close – even one that crossed the road right in front of us! My only (minor) disappointment was that there was not a single piece of yogi bear merchandise. I’ll have to write to the National Park Service! On Saturday we said goodbye the ranch and it’s beautiful red hills to drive on through Jackson on our way south. Jackson is styled to look like an old west town – it was very neat! But ...
... away rocks and killing all the bison. Fort now park headquarters. Kathy got pictures of a herd of fifteen elk munching on a manicured lawn next to the lodge.
Went back to the middle terrace and walked around some more. Last one we saw was Minerva Terrace. When we finished Kathy walked down to a parking lot and Bob went back uphill to car and drove down to meet her.
Went back to Canyon Lodge and visited laundromat. We are all set for final two ...
... of the outside of the Copper King Mansion, a 37 room Victorian house. We then began our journey to Yellowstone. Took Interstate 15 south to Dillon, 41 NE to Twin Bridges, 287 southeast to Alder, east to Ennis, southeast to 191 and to West Yellowstone. Trip was 200 miles. Like most of Montana it was very scenic. Half way between Alder and Ennis stopped at both Nevada City and Virginia City. Some of Montana ...
... posted Tuesday's blog. Not tired enough, we did a 3 mile hike through meadows, woods and by the lake. We got very close to a bison and saw the marmots close too. I get scared of bears in the woods like that, but no bears! We have been to nearly every main area of Yellowstone. Tomorrow, on the way out we will hit the last spots. I really had no specific plans for when I got to each spot, and I had no idea there would be so much to do here. Between the ...
... in that part of the lake, they would put the fish in the hole to cook it. It's called Fishing Cone. Clever! There's also a geyser (Lakeshore Geyser) in the lake that you could see the hole for although it wasn't erupting. I enjoyed it more than I expected because it was different than what we saw yesterday, and the views of the lake with trees and hills in the background were lively. We also had service there so we unexpectedly got to check texts and emails ...