BEST WESTERN Cross-Winds Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
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... is a geyser that goes off at a certain time plus or minus a few minutes – about every hour. There was a bit of time to the eruption, so i spent time
in the visitors center and museum learning about geysers and the park in general. Soon it was time to head off to see the eruption itself. There was lots of people waiting. We did not have to wait long and soon it did erupt. It was cool to watch. Once it was over it was time for us ...
... changed not only the techniques for hunting and fighting but also moved the society from being relatively egalitarian to hierarchical with ownership of horses as a measure of power.
Impressed and suitably chastened by our visit to Head-Smashed-In, we thought it might be time to cut our losses with the cold snap in this part of Canada so we crossed into the US state of Montana on a little used back road. Our intention was to ride ...
... s nutcrackers while sitting at the top of Mount Washburn (we didn't climb but drove up a back road). The kids had given up on bears so were asleep in the car by now.
After breakfast at Roosevelt Lodge, in the Lamar Valley, we drove back past Tower-Roosevelt junction towards Canyon and walked along the South Rim Trail, for the best views of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and Artist Point. Almost immediately we saw a deer and ...
... were we could stop and do a quick spot of shopping for some groceries), Worland, were we went up to Cody and then into buffalo. At Cody we stopped for a quick break again to do some more shopping,this time for fruit /veggies at what we would call Coles, as the last place we stopped at was like a 'red dot'. We didn't get into Yellowstone national park till after 4:30 but we still had a good 1.5/2 ...
... decided to charge the RV. They were so close you could almost reach out and touch them. They just walked right by. We got some awesome pictures. As we were driving back from Lamar Valley we had another herd do the same thing. We also seen about 3 bears. It was hard to get pictures because they were not really close. You usually know when there is a bear sighting, everybody just stops and parks and usually there are park rangers around. By the way, ...