Soda Butte Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Loop via
Maddison, Norris and Canyon to more spectacular country, waterfalls, and rivers
that were getting wilder and bigger as the many feeders joined and fed the
Yellowstone River. As we headed North to our stop over destination our wildlife
tour really started with Deer, Antelope, Moose , a very scared Kyote,
Bison/Buffalo, a Marmot, and an Osprey Nest complete with Chicks. At one ...
... all the goodies are in the hotel room, along with us. What is it that Colbert says about bears? Anyway, we haven't seen Yogi or Booboo and, I would be fine if we didn't see them. I think bears are smart and know that the Yellowstone camp grounds are closed, even if the Parks Department hasn't completely got their story straight.
And of course we watched the Bronco game and I enjoyed some local ...
... really know why the name was changed but it should have been retained because it was so unique. However, the town is unique, quaint and all those types of things. We ended up at the Ore House and stayed for a few drinks as we haven’t sat in wonderful, deep, comfortable armchairs for a couple of weeks now so we lapped it up. There’s a wonderful sunset happening and we were almost mown down by a couple of stray cars who tried to inhabit our photography ...
... We saw many buffalo, antelope, and more buffalo. At the end of the day, Deena commented that she was glad that she had experienced Yellowstone (Tim had been there before as a child), BUT, it wasn't anymore beautiful than the awesome beauty we had already experienced driving up the coast, through the redwoods, and over the mountains in Oregon & Montana.
After parking for the night in Cooke City, we had NO IDEA what the next day had in store for ...
We took the scenic route through a little bit of Montana. The drive was amazing and was a lot longer because we stopped so much to take pictures. Almost as soon as we got into Yellowstone we spotted bison. Some were by themselves while sometimes there were herds ...