ClubHouse Inn West Yellowstone
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We decided we deserved a sleep in today so set the alarm for 6.15am. We were all rather sluggish but wanted to beat the rush of RVs, tourist buses and bad drivers.
We headed along the top path of the Grand Loop with Jen driving today so Matt could enjoy looking about the park. We stopped a few times (Jen …
As promised, it was an early start.
We dragged ourselves out of bed at 6am and headed in to Yellowstone.
Not as grand as the Rockies but just as interesting. The first thing you notice is the thermal activity. There are plenty of geysers with steam rising out of the ground in many places.
After half an hour of driving we …
It had to happen eventually given our madness to cover so much of the US. A long, tiring day of travel.
We packed up in Seattle and after waiting 20mins for our cab to arrive, found it didn't fit our luggage. At this point we must state we still only have 3 bags! The cabby's solution; bags in front seat and the four of us in the back (dad …
... at Wyoming's vast beauty and the drastic difference from what most of South Dakota was. We stopped at a few places to get pictures but drove by many and admired from the car as the roads were long and windy and slow moving and we had a long way to go before we arrived at Yellowstone. One stop was a scenic overlook at Hogback in the Big Horn Forest, if you ever go to Yellowstone drive Route 14, the panoramic views are worth the visit! The next place we stopped ...
... was Lee, Caroline and I trying to keep our eyes open to watch the first of the 6 DVD set of Ken Burns's History of Baseball. Great sleep with the cool mountain breezes. Cannot wait to see the Park's hidden treasures from one who "knows."
Did you know: YNP was first conceiived in the mid-1860's and on December 18, 1871, a bill was introduced in Congress and signed by President Grant the following spring. and so,dear readers, The world's very first national park had been ...