Three Bear Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We slept in a bit before leaving our Fairfield Inn in Twin Falls, Idaho. After leaving that town, we were in the farm belt of America, passing fields and fields of what I assumed were potato crops. An Idaho license plate reads, "Scenic Idaho: Famous Potatoes." So basically I drove through Idaho past many celebrities.
We made a pit stop …
We broke up our 4 hour drive to Yellowstone with a stop at Reed's Dairy. This was recommended on Tripadvisor as a place for great ice cream and other dairy products. It was a good suggestion. We had grilled cheese sandwiches, ice cream and chocolate milk. All were delicious. There was a small petting zoo which we all went to see.
After a good nights sleep on Wednesday night, we woke up early for our only full day in Yellowstone. I don't recommend trying to see it in a day or even three – we only saw a tiny portion of it and it is vast and beautiful. But it was hammered with foreign tourists and to be honest we were kind of glad we didn’t stay longer. The town of …
... info about hikes in the area. This is a massive place and in two days we can hope to cover a few of the sights in the park. Next morning, we planned to hike elephant back mountain (tejas's choice) which is a 3.6 mile round trip.
On the way back from canyon village, we stopped at sulphur caldron and mud volcano. This is a fascinating place with hot bubbling mud, boiling green thick water, all smelling ...
... decided to head for Grant Village campground, our home for the night.
Mud Volcano could not be passed up so we stopped. Wow! The sulfur smell was nearly gagging. Vents in the asphalt of the parking lock belched nasty smelling sulfur vapors. There was one mud pot where the water sizzled as it hit the hot rocks. One thing I found amazing
was how many species of plants were able ...