Three Bear Lodge
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Today we hit Yellowstone, hard! We headed up north to Mammoth Springs, then over to Tower, then down to Canyon. This sounds pretty simple and short, but of course there were many stops and small hikes along the way. It was mindblowing how many times and how quickly and dramatically the landscape changed. We took an offroad 7 mile scenic drive along …
After some deliberation, we decided to take in both a portion of Yellowstone and the Grand Teton Park, setting our GT destination at Jenny Lake. We did the geyser loop of Yellowstone, and then headed south to Grand Teton Park. Highlights: we saw Old Faithful and the Beehive Geyser go off simultaneously from our perch on the hill. I played "dumb …
Four Asians enter Yellowstone… Stop me if you've heard this one before.
Well, the joke’s on us because it’s winter in mid-May and West Yellowstone is crawling with Asians—not the tour groups that I had expected, but in smaller packs. It’s…weird. Maybe it’s a concession to the fact that this is …
Unlike yesterday's rain and car sickness, today began with sunlight and blue skies and 25F temperatures, so I’m appeased. I’ve left the sickly cloying pollen cloud of spring and have arrived into the alpine winter shoulder season. Unable to sleep soundly despite the ravages of jet lag and sleep deprivation, we left early at 7:30 to head …
Today is another brilliant day. As Shoko was saying, it was too good. There's clearly something evil on the way. We're off much later today at about 9AM so we’ve missed the early morning opportunity to go hardcore animal snooping. But this is made up for by the wonderful amount of sleep I was finally about to get. And since we’re not …
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