Hilton Garden Inn Bozeman
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It rained all day today. Made a quick run to Walmart for a few things as we leave tomorrow.for Yellowstone.
But today is Carin's and Clark's day. The reception starts at 5:00 pm. Guests are being bused from a point in town and we are driving. Roy's Barn is all ready and the teams are getting the food and festivities ready.
I will just let the pictures speak for themselves.
... Hot Springs. Also saw a mule deer and her fawn on a small cliff close to the road.
Followed scenic route 89 for 50 from Gardiner to Livingston. Road in canyon and more scenic in southern section where canyon is more narrow. Road followed beside the picturesque Yellowstone River which flows north.
At Livingston got on Interstate 90 for 30 miles west where we are spending the ...
... winds through the snaking roads, climbing higher, and higher in elevation.
"The elevation might be a bit hard to get used to at first, it may take you a few weeks to fully adjust." the shuttle driver says to me matter-of-factly. I thank him for the heads up. Canyon Village has an elevation of 7,734 feet. I am slightly intimidated, however i can easily handle this. I just hope it doesn't get in the way of my smoking. As we climb higher ...
'There is no public transport to or within Yellowstone National Park'... Ok yeh, that's a great idea considering the millions of visitors it gets a year - apparently during peak season, when I went, it gets approximately 30000 visitors a day. So why is it that ******* hard to run a bus to it?! Unless of course you are a Chinese tourist probably visiting for 2 hours then flying off to the next destination for thousands of dollars! I knew this was going to be one of the toughest parts of ...
... but Mike typically believed that he safely wrestled the car to a standstill & on checking, the tyre hadn't blown, but a section of 'tread' had partly peeled off. Fortunately we were past the busy narrow section right up the top, but were still 15 kms from the town, no phone or computer service. Mike thought he would try again to get the spare tyre off, so off with the bikes and this time, the lock opened, so he could change the tyre.