Sawtelle Mountain Resort
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- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... National Park, just north from here. The edge of the storm was still clearing, so we had an amazing day of shifting light and shadow, cloud formations over the mountain ranges and low fogs moving through the river basins. It took us until early afternoon to actually arrive in Yellowstone because we kept stopping to admire and photograph yet one more gorgeous vista that we couldn't pass up.
We arrived at the Old ...
... in the canyon area -- as the Yellowstone River flows north from Yellowstone Lake, it plunges first over the 109-foot Upper Falls, and then a quarter mile downstream over the 308-foot Lower Falls, at which point the river enters the canyon. Talk about Mother Nature at her best! All throughout many parts of the park are stunning rock-cliff mountains -- on some of them you can see evidence of past avalanches because the ...
... wherever there is good soil, the land is irrigated enabling vast lush fields of wheat, corn, hay, and potatoes. Where there isn't good soil, all you see is desert and sagebrush. Probably the best job in Idaho would be in irrigation -- every farm has elaborate irrigating systems that run 24/7, even when it's raining. What a weather change -- it was 94 degrees in our campground in Glenns Ferry, and ...
A decent day:
Scott, Ari & Jonah started out the am in a hot tub then we visited hot sulfur springs in Yellowstone. This is the first night we've gotten to a campsite before 7-8 pm so we're going to get a good night's sleep and hit Yellowstone hard tomorrow!
... hit a lookout point that offers a panoramic view with the caldera. The view was stupendous! Amazing! awe-inspiring! gosh, there's just not enough adjectives that can describe the splendour of the place. God has created such a beautiful world for us to live in. That part of the route is the most scenic. There were other scenic points too. Oh, as we neared Tower Falls, we saw a Black Bear and a Mountain Goat with its long horns. The bear was just ...