Kelly Inn West Yellowstone
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... end up as bad as we thought thankfully! Little wet along the edges. Peyton's sleeping bag was soaked and the kids pillows. So Peyton's in bed with us in our newly pumped up mattress, a little swapping around with sleeping bags and extra blankets and pillows and everyone is settled in. We did a lot through the rain, we can't complain too much we have had fantastic weather so far! Last night in Yellowstone, children are anticipating watching Old Faithful ...
... We pulled off the road, saw some locals heading down the railroad tracks with fishing poles, and we climbed down to the water. We splashed ourselves with the refreshing clear water, Dave dunked his head, and Ann soaked her feet! We weren't really that hot, but it felt wonderfully rejuvenating. Getting back on the bikes, everything went well until 3 miles short of Ashton when Ann flatted. Being the dutiful husband, I put ...
... to a great day tomorrow.
To finish up the day, we made a delish potato omelet with the new pan, and eat it in our Bellaggio while watching Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid movie, story that happened around Bryce Canyon.
The fishing day was so much fun! The drive to 3-dollar bridge on Madison river was quite short and beautiful, crossing the Quake Lake formed in 1959 after an earthquake blocked part of ...
... world’s largest elk horn arch spanning the main street. On top of it there were 2 large elk statutes. Made me feel sick but elk drop their horns every year anyway and I’m hoping that this is where all the horns came from, although I have my doubts. For the last 3-4 days we’ve seen notices on shop windows saying “no pets, no smoking, no firearms” to seeing a sign on the footpath saying ...
... Just 16 miles from the campground at the
Canyon Village turnoff we were informed by Park Rangers that the road was
closed due to the smoke and fire in proximity to the road. What did this mean – well we now had to backtrack
to the Norris intersection and proceed on the south loop to reach Fishing
Bridge. This was to be no easy
task. Approximately a 90 mile detour
requiring additional ...