BEST WESTERN PLUS By Mammoth Hot Springs
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- Swimming pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was an easy ride day, only 115 miles. We left Jackson Lake Lodge around 9:30 and headed up the John D. Rockefeller highway into Yellowstone. It was sunny and pretty warm (60 degrees). The scenery is beautiful and we saw plenty of wildlife.
We arrived at Old Faithful around noon and caught the 12:39 geyser eruption. It was way cool …
... pepper spray powerful enough to deter a charging grizzly); 3. He didn't have any noise making device on him (like a bell or whistle); 4. He was apparently wearing headphones and listening to music. Chances are that he literally ran into the bear, she didn't hear him coming, and she reacted to protect her cub. It's a tragedy all round as the park rangers are now trying to trap the bear responsible, and both she and her cub ...
We passed the 5000 mile mark on the way to Yellowstone! I hate to admit I knew nothing about Yellowstone other than the name, there had been a big fire there in the 80s and I had always associated Yogi Bear with the park. I had heard of Old Faithful and that was about it. This was the largest park we drove through, and I know we only got to see a small portion of it. We went in the north entrance, and right inside the park it was like a small ...
... get me wrong the hike and views were superb, i just inaccurately thought we would see the whole shebang. On the way out there we didnt see a single person. Returning just a couple... A 70 yr old couple each with a set of trekking poles and smiles. Also a mid-aged couple and as they passed us out of sight the male of the species spouted his version of a stay away bears warning call as some people do....his personal verion...(and i am sure there are many, mine is a well ...
Left Dianna's this morning to start our trip to Oregon. We went back through Cody and Dad wanted to look for a nice pocket knife for his collection. Dianna told us where to shop and out of a selection of 3000 knives, he found one he really likes. Has a beautiful handle made from elk antlers and it says Cody WY on it. We were right across the street from Buffalo Bills, The Irma Hotel so we went inside and I ...