Island Park Village Resort
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking hotel
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... bed; an alternate route is 48 miles long, but apparently more scenic and avoiding most of the soft sands. Which to choose? + Day 29. Wednesday 10th September. Big Springs to Warm River. It would be quite easy to recreate the experience of today's ride from Big Springs to Warm River - at least a large section of it - in your own home. Purchase two mini pine trees and an uncomfortable wooden stool. Hold the pine trees next to your head so they obscure all peripheral vision. ...
... around to climb back up – except for Mom who realized she was stuck! Dad had to pull her up from where she climbed because it was too steep and unstable for her to turn around. We all had a good laugh – except for Mom.
Next we went to the Grand Prismatic Spring. There were two huge hot water springs with amazing colors (especially in the sun). It was one of the most interesting and amazing spectacles at Yellowstone. After ...
... and exiting at West Yellowstone.
The park was spectacular as always, but the wildlife was a little shy. We saw some Elk, and a few bison an chipmunks up the wazoo, but no bears...
I suspect that part of the reason that the bears were sick of bloody tourists giving them **** all day long. Pushing in to lines in their giant RVs that should just be put out in the desert and burnt and jabbering away on their phones when they should just be appreciating ...
The ride into West Yellowstone was a really tough ride. Lots of narrow shoulders and gravel caused for the team to rack for 10 miles due to safety. I disagreed with the decision to rack but you know this trip isn't just about the miles. For our day off we hiked up Mt Washburn at 6:30 ...
... above zero. Such a contrast to the short sleeve weather we have had so far, even in Yosemite. It's raining, it's windy and it's freezing. As we push deeper into the park we notice a lot of fly fisherman trying their luck in the river. Wearing waders but still it must be very cold. Some parts of the river have steam rising above them and we wonder if those parts might be being fed by hot springs nearby. As we enter ...