Comfort Inn Yellowstone North
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... falls which plunged 135ft into the Yellowstone river, we thought this looked spectacular but the scenery just got better and better. We wound our way up Dunraven pass, the highest point on the loop road. We had reached 8895ft and snow was already covering the forest here. As we descended down the other side, we rejoined the Yellowstone river at The Grand Canyon, the point were it plummets over the Upper falls (109ft) and then the much larger (308ft) lower falls. The Grand Canyon of ...
... cubs) will be euthanized if they are identified and caught. We are now fully kitted out with numerous bells, whistles and canisters of bear spray - and I'm pretty sure that the constant complaints from the kids that they're "bored of hiking now!" should give any bears plenty of warning that we're coming! Unfortunately we didn't have time to look around Cody or visit the Buffalo Bill museum, but it looks like a nice little ...
... kept that separate.
So, because of that, I sorta pictured him as the ultra careful old man driver (read slow). I was dead wrong, he was right there at every turn, followed me through passes and caught up quickly when there was only room for one bike on a pass. He also took quickly to formation riding, it was a real pleasure.
Also his bike, well OK its not really a bike, but for the sake of this article we'll call it a bike, had, at ...
... tons of people. I'm sure the holiday had something to do with it. Dan had a map of the top 10 things to see, but I think we only made it to 4 or 5 on that list. The Grand Prismatic Springs was on my original list so that's the direction we headed. There was a lot of driving between the "attractions" and traffic wasn't bad until trying to find a place to park. In the parking lot the first place we stopped someone had pulled in sideways, so ...
... parking lots in various spots at the bottom and I don't have my cell phone. We eventually saw the car and waved Bill down, and as a bonus the kids and I didn't need a shower tonight.
We scampered into our cabin-like home away from home for the next two nights, grabbed dinner and have zoned out watching a marathon of a "Finding Bigfoot" on Animal Planet. The kids are more entranced by this than by anything we have seen today I think. LOL!