A Wyoming Inn
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... became "stone wood." Grand Canyon of Yellowstone- the Yellowstone River flows through the canyon and forms two large water falls. There are also orange, yellow, and red colors on the mountains surrounding the water. Grand Prismatic Spring- Yellowstone's largest hot spring. It has a deep-blue color in the middle of the pool, but then it's surrounded by rings of yellow and orange, which are actually made up of bacteria (thermophiles). Old Faithful- we all know ...
... it was too late. The next set chased the calf but as they lasso'd it, the rope would break free and not yank at their neck, so that wasn't too bad. All in all it wasn't great, and both me, Laura and others were fairly angry at the guide for not properly informing us of what would happen there, she made it out to be all good fun. American ignorance. Back to camp and in for another night in the sleeping bag!! ...
... next door and the rodeo was a 5 minute walk. The food was delish and you eat at picnic tables and watch a country music show after dinner. Through research, I found out that we should go to the rodeo early to get seats and see the live bull. The people at the dinner of course wanted us to stay for the whole show but something told me to go early. So we did. Sho-nuf, there was an enormous bull as gentle as a kittlen. We all got to sit on it. ...
Today was a very long day. We spent most of 10 hours in the car. We left our hotel at 7:45 and 62 degrees and headed back into Yellowstone National Park. There was no specific plan for the day except to see Old Faithful blow her top, so that is where we headed first. We arrived at the site around 10:15 AM (this park is huge). When we drove into the parking lot, there were no available spaces anywhere near the geyser, so Steve dropped me off by the lodge and went to park ...
One of the things I like about traveling the "blue roads" (back roads) and visiting small towns is strolling the main streets, looking in the store windows and visiting with the storekeepers. Each town is unique and has its own personality. I grew up in a small town and I miss it.
Recently, I visited Buffalo, Wyoming, for the annual “Longmire Days”. Since Buffalo is the setting for Durant, county seat for Absaroka County where Walt Longmire is the ...