Stage Coach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Vandaag was een geiser-dag, we hebben heel veel geisers, moddepotten, bubbelende pools ed gezien. Supermooi dus maar wat foto's toevoegen. De foto's en video's van de bekende, grote geiser Old Faithful die houden jullie tegoed. Old Faithful was geweldig, 100 meter spoot ie de lucht in.
Gisteren zijn we van Jackson naar Yellowstone NP gereden. Eerst zijn we naar West Geiser Bassin gegaan, een klein bassin met geisers. Het begon echter al snel te regenen en onweren. We zijn nog bij Yellowstone Lake geweest en toen werd t droog. Het was een dag met heel veel wildlife. We hebben gewandeld waar beren zouden kunnen komen, gelukkig niet …
... me and it hit my foot..pretty good aim! Our next stop was Canyon Village. We took some pictures of the lower falls and drove down to Artist Point to take pictures of what they call "The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone". It was just beautiful! We stopped at the Mud Volcano then proceeded out of the East entrance towards Cody, Wyoming. We arrived here in time to get some dinner and head over to the Rodeo. It was fun and as you could see I could not ...
... point, but I had no idea what other spectacular things I was about to experience.
The first thing we did at Yellowstone was visited Norris Geyser Basin, a series of geysers and hot springs which are really hot naturally formed pools of water. They are formed by boiling water under the surface of the earth due to the volcano under Yellowstone. The hot springs and geysers were beautiful to see, steaming and all shades of blue. ...
... thawed ourselves out & got moving we had quite an interesting morning. We stumbled upon 2 black bears in a forested meadow. As Bonnie parked the truck, Grant started enjoying the action & taking pictures. One bear chased another up a tree, then broke limbs to make it harder for the bear to get down. Not long after, a third bear came into the scene. The bear in the tree just watched, along with a bunch of humans, to see what was going to happen with these two, ...