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... font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12.8000001907349px; line-height: 17.9200000762939px;">Late this afternoon, students enjoyed a few hours of free time. Activities included a variety of sports in the playing field, board games in the main lodge, and just hanging out with friends!
... she isn't in to bars. In the centre of town is a square, with an arch on each corner made of elk antlers. Vicky went to a fancier restaurant by herself and the other 7 of us went to the cowboy bar, where the bar stools are saddles! I got asked for ID which was pretty exciting! I had a bison burger with fries and a local beer, there were a few cowboys with their big hats on, it was a fun night. Amanda came bqck and picked us up at 10pm. The next morning ...
... Jackpot (or so I thought at the time...) and we went to put our reservation slip on the site post before setting off to explore. There were so many postings and reminders about bears that I was half glad that we had a big RV to hide out from being surely eaten by the bears. Apparently, the bears smell the food on everything. Lots of rules posted about "bear etiquette". So it appears that they have tasted lots of people food and they like it a LOT and when they can't ...
... began. As the saying goes 'many hands make light work'. This certainly is true as all was cleared up within twenty minutes. Some of us went out in search of wildlife to no avail as rangers warned us bears were nearby. At 9.30 we were invited to watch a presentation on Yellowstone in an amphitheatre. It was an excellent display explaining Yellowstone discovery, history and amazing sights. It was then time to find our tent in the pitch black, after only a short detour we made it back to ...
... heading up to a falls on the other side of Jenny Lake. The destination is Hidden Falls. We hiked on a trail to the falls but were distracted by the mountain and valley views and, apparently, went past the falls; upward to "inspiration point" and beyond until the snow was too thick and deep to go further. We found a nice spot next to a falls to have lunch and then headed back down the mountain stopping at hidden falls which was ...