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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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I have been blessed with generally great weather. Today was sunny and cool. West Yellowstone was at 34 degrees yesterday morning. I left Bozeman at 8:30 am. It was 64 degrees and prayed by the time I hit West Yellowstone the temp. would not be 34. As I traveled down US191 the temp dropped to 54. I stopped and put on another layer when a helicopter …
We woke up so early this morning. Joel at 2 AM MST and I got out of bed at 3:45 AM. We had the continental breakfast at the Comfort Inn. Checked out at 7:10 AM and headed to Red Lodge where we went to Rock Vista for an amazing view of Montana at 9,190 ft. elevation.
While at the vista, we ran into two couples with two beautiful dogs. They took pictures of us with the dogs. By the way, we were in light snow with temperature is the low 40s. Not conducive to our ...
... the occupants were looking at something with binoculars. Guy said it was probably elk and we didn't think much of it. Then a few seconds later Guy decided we better turn around and take a look. As he noted, this isn't the Park and locals don't pull over for just anything. Well, about a hundred yards from the road was a sow Grizzly with three cubs! What a treat, we are so grateful we got to see them. A perfect end to a great ...
... for a very long 12 hour day (but not long in terms of distance).
From Bozeman, Montana, it is about a 1.5 hour ride south on hwy. 89 to reach the Northwest Entrance to Yellowstone. About 45 minutes from the entrance to Yellowstone I pulled into a rest area alongside the Yellowstone River and noticed a deer on the east side of the river, and she proceed to ...
... Lake and were decimating the natural cutthroat trout. The latter are an important link in the food chain and the wild life biologists are working on many rectifying measures. We moved to once again gaze in wonderment at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone about which my words cannot do justice. Last on the immediate agenda before leaving the Park's boundaries, was to see Pug and Carly "grilled" ...