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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The storms have passed through, leaving us with a view out of our front window of the mountains dusted with snow and glorious blue skies. Considering the property values around Jackson, Wyoming, we figure we have a two million dollar view here for a modest $12 a night! We're home this morning after the last two days of heading out just after dawn touring, photographing and soaking in the beauty of this vast country. Friday we took a day trip ...
... so I rolled down the car window and took pictures out of the window -- there were even some little bison. How cool was that! Then on to see the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, where the turbulent Yellowstone River roars and foams for 20 miles. The canyon is spectacular -- hot water acting on volcanic rock created the canyon's colors and weakened the rock making it up to 1,200 feet deep. There are two very ...
Yes, indeed, we are in the tippy top northeast corner of Idaho -- right where Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming all come together. We had a very long drive yesterday -- twice what we normally drive. And it rained all day long, but rain is scarce and this high desert area really needs rain so that was good. Our drive was through Idaho's high, high desert -- about 4,500 feet above sea level. And it's ...
... spring water was like a hot tub (we dipped our hands in!) and smelt only slightly of sulphur. Wildlife count for today was: - many chipmunks - herds of bison, including a couple walking in the road - a couple of deer and Pronghorns - one yellow bellied marmot - several grizzly bears (stuffed as deco in shops and hotels) 1000 miles on the clock since ...
... the tremendous power of the water. It really fills your senses with awe. The only bad experience was the hordes of mainland Chinese over there. It was just so difficult to take a photo because they will walk in front of you without a care. You have to tell them to wait so that we can take a photo. We spent 4 hours in all visiting the Grand Canyon. It was just spectacular. We made our way north towards Tower Falls. Shortly after passing the Canyon ...