Best Western Yellowstone Inn
Travel Blogs from Livingston
... clouds. We took down camp on a hurry to avoid rain and then retrieves the trail camera from the woods around the Paddock Trailhead. The camera caught shots of bison females and males all night and into the morning. As I wrote yesterday a bull was foraging around our tent off and on in the night, creeping us out. He remained professional about it though, which I appreciated. We came back to camp and had a picnic breakfast under ...
... tally of ten gofers. On the drive back we saw wild deer, elk and a small moose. It was really nice visit with Leah and Cathy who have been great hosts. I will be entering Canada tomorrow as I'm off to Calgary (800km's) for a couple of days preparation prior to heading to Banff and Jasper National Parks which are located within the Canadian Rockies after which the real adventure starts....The Yukon and Alaska... I will add some photos when I can find a better internet ...
... What a find! We stayed at a charming, locally owned hotel, the Livingston Inn. All decked out in western wear including horse shoe towel and toilet paper racks and cowboy roping serving as "crown molding". I settled in to read while Andy continued TripAdvisor research and located our restaurant for take out dinner, Montana's Rib and Chop House. Seems kind ...
... up late. Our bull has been in a bit of trouble lately. A few nights ago he charged at a ranger and another ranger came by in his pickup and charged at the bull, which turned to face the ranger's truck. This explains why he seemed upset by the biologist's truck last night. Whatever, God answers prayers and kept him away last night. I think I scared him off when I moved a bag. Today we drove hundreds of miles to put ourselves on the perch of Yellowstone NP. We are ...
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As night fell, Andrew decided to have a few temper tantrums. We ate burgers again for dinner and here we are in bed.... In bear country... right in the middle of Gallatin National Forest, which is famous for its bear attacks. I hope I turn off my imagination and just go to sleep.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility