MountainView Lodge & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Hey Yogi!! I'm coming to Jelly stone! I mean Yellowstone! Lol...we don't have far to go to our next stop on the journey home, but we are so close to Yellowstone Park, we can make a detour and see some of the fun places in the park. Old Faithful, Jackson Hole, ... and many Yogi ? Hehe!
We head out on route 26 which takes us a little south and …
Today we were up early and the first thing we see is the sunrise. Many praise songs cross my mind as we witness one of His many creations. "Morning has broken, like the first morning. . ." and "As morning dawns and evening fades, You inspire songs of praise, that rise from earth to touch your heart, and glorifies your name. . ." That's what creation moments do for me.
We are the first ...
... our hotel traveling frequently with oil tanker cars as far as you could see. We saw this in other areas too. We ate in a little sports bar the hotel clerk recommended. It was so dingy looking I wouldn't have picked it on my own. The funny part was during the hour we were there I recognized 13 other people from the hotel. It was 8:00! (Food was OK, waitress was very nice.) That clerk should get a ...
We slept in this morning, which meant Dave was awake by 7:30. Lea was next, and went out to enjoy reading her book on the lawn by the pool. Everyone else was a little slower, and by the time we headed over for the "continental breakfast", which wasn't much to begin with, there was little left besides dry cereal, some poor looking apples, and coffee and OJ. Dave snagged the last maple bar for Ann, and then ate the last chocolate ...
The Yellowstone caldera is the biggest super volcano around and encompasses most of the national park. There is no better way for getting up close and personal with a massive crater like that than by tackling the biggest peak in the area - Mount Washburn - to get a birds eye view. So we did just that and 360 degree mountain views were the reward. On ...