ClubHouse Inn West Yellowstone
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... and lots of driving. To be fair, a number of the other passengers could not have walked more than a few feet unaided by a gallon of cream and a giant cookie anyway. Our guide, Kim, was exceptional though. She had a huge depth of knowledge about the park, the flora and fauna and the intricate geology. She also had no patience whatsoever for the obnoxious chap with a Stetson, Bono-glasses, big hiking stick (wholly unused) and southern drawl; giving him monosyllabic answers to ...
Alarms woke us at 5.30 so we could be ready to meet Donnie & Jackie at 6.30 for coffee & light breakfast before heading off to the Canyon in the hope of seeing wildlife. Today Donnie drove us all, 5 of us in a 4 seater convertible Mustang! It was fun sitting on back, laughing & joking, and a great rest for Frankle & Chris from riding. We were lucky & saw many buffalo on our travels, very large mean looking chaps which we were warned not ...
... of us. It wasn't long before we began to spot steam rising from many places in the landscape ahead of us; we were really here! We stopped off at Fountain Flat Drive to see the Ojo Caliente (meaning 'hot spring' in Spanish). The wonderful rotten egg smell of hydrogen sulphide really meant that we had landed; this super-heated pool of bubbling mineral-rich water was just the first of so many more fascinating geothermal features that we would see in the park. It was a ...
... br> -Hang in Bozeman for a couple days, making final preparations!
-Head west to the Pacific! Specifically, the Seattle area.
-See Olympic National Park and the Washington coast!
-Head to Oregon to visit family and friends for a long weekend, go hiking!
-South to California and the giant Redwood trees!!!
-Next Stop: Wine Country and ...
... day. One layed down next to our cabin while we were all on the porch. Pretty neat. I will post a picture of our view from the porch. I am scrambling to catch up as we are leaving Gardiner today but I am two days behind. I will probably post day 2 in Yellowstone today as well. Hope you are enjoying if anyone is reading. I have to write these anyway as a memory for the family as it will be turned into a book when we are done. Happy trails. ...