BEST WESTERN Cross-Winds Motor Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... is thick as soup and when we get there we will have to wait a few hours for the fog to lift.
This canyon feature is 20 miles long with widths of 1,500 to 4,000 feet. The upper falls is 109 feet tall and the lower falls are 308 feet. We start with the south rim and drive to Artist Point to see the lower falls. Spectacular is a great word. Then on to the ...
We left the Teton Mountain Range and descended into a flat and dry Basin surrounded still by high mountains. Remarkable where lots of little oil and gas drilling operations that where every few kilometers. It was a very hot day and by late afternoon I felt some vibration on the Van. As the road was bad with lots of repair patches I tried more to center but next thing there was a loud bang and my port front wheel ...
... Lower Falls, we went to the Grand Canyon visitor center. The visitor center had information about the volcano under Yellowstone, and hot spots around the world. It was very interesting, and I learned a lot about Yellowstone.
We all exhausted by the time we had seen the Canyon, so we drove back to the Grizzly RV park we had checked into earlier and ate dinner, and finally got in bed for another exciting day at Yellowstone tomorrow.
... us. Grant hopes the male got some action. Bonnie is glad that if he did, they had some privacy! Of course, Bonnie missed the best part of this show (bear coming out of tree & almost mating) because of her ridiculously small bladder. If only these bears could have chosen a spot near a bathroom for all this to unfold! From there, we finally made it to our hiking location for the day...Trout Lake. It was a short hike uphill to a lake/stream where trout spawn. We saw a ...
... added bonus for us, since we didn't expect to see this area. I am glad we did this, because it is absolutely gorgeous. The Rockies in this area are stunning, breathtaking, as you will see from the pictures. Most of the Grand Tetons are on Jackson Lake, which you will also see in the pictures. It is also very low. They must have had some major droughts, and all the rain in Colorado has not gotten to this area.