Best Western Teton West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... and we got quite wet. Towards the end we could jump in for a swim. I was really hot from a couple of hours in the sunshine so jumped in - it was very cold but refreshing. The hard part was then getting back in the boat. There were people fly fishing for trout in the river. Back at camp we showered quickly then my group cooked dinner - mac n cheese, frankfurters and broccoli. The meals are all simple and quick to prepare but very tasty. It was a warmer ...
... Pelican Creek, we found white pelicans. South across the bridge we were treated to views of lake and mountain. The pine forest thickens here. Our next stop was the West Thumb Geyser Basin right beside a bay of Yellowstone Lake. These geysers bubble only a little, but make for some impressive colorful scenes and smells. Some of the springs are full if such clear water you can see their incredible depths. Black Spring also shows off a ...
Pictures will speak louder than words for this adventure but in all today was a great relaxing day in paradise. I went horseback riding, fly fishing, canoeing (where we saw three bull moose) and hot tubing under the stars on Peter Cushman's ranch with three other Pi Alphas who rode JOH in ...
... hiking, hunting, etc…all seasons
of outdoor adventure; now it’s that and shopping and loads of tourists from
around the world. All and all, a fine stop.. but time to leave, more snow on
10/2 Wednesday morning, clear with rain and snow to arrive this afternoon through Friday.
We will head southwest today.
... along the side of the road. After a few pictures we continued to the top where after a few minutes (we assume the same) bear had made it up to the top of the mountain where we got probably closer then we should have and Jared and I scampered back to the car as the bear crossed the road as one of those viewing shouted "he is coming right at us". There was an elderly lady who said did you see it and kept wandering closer when the bear was right off the side ...