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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Drove town found the Beartooth Museum and went in, liked it. Went by a silversmith store that had a sale going. Great sale if you great big western belt buckles and huge ear rings and boot decorations. Going to the Beartooth Highway ...
Today, after a breakfast of biscuits & gravy, we visited the Little Bighorn Battlefield National Park. Until George W Bush signed a law change in 1991 it was called Custer's National Park so Bush did something worthwhile after all. It's amazing to see the actual terrain where the battle took place and the hilltop where Custer fell. He was earlier party to a huge double cross against the ...
... parking lot of cars! Once we got on the trail we were pretty much on our own and the views were amazing. Seeing the canyon walls explains how the park got its name--the rock has an obvious yellow tint. The Yellowstone river that runs through the canyon is a vibrant dark blue-green color. It's breathtakingly beautiful. We stayed on the trail for about a mile and then turned back. It's possible to continue on to Uncle Tom's trail that takes you to a set of stairs that leads ...
After a nice relaxing morning, it was time to head over to Absarokee to meet Adventure Tours at Jeffrey's Landing to go white water rafting on the Yellowstone River. The weather was sunny and warm - couldn't ask for more. Murray decided not to go in case he might twist his back so I met up with three lovely ladies, a mom and her two daughters, Wendy, Wednesday and Teal. ...
... Bill and I were like a couple of kids that saw Santa Claus. This kicked our excitement into over gear. To really experience Yellowstone, one has to stop and explore all that nature has on display. We stopped at a couple of sites, but for the most part this was a drive by. But the geography just keeps changing as you drive through the park: Plains, mountains, canyons, arid mountains an plush forested ...