Yellowstone Park Travelodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Today we drove north in the park. There's a couple of other spots we wanted to see. First stop: Artist Paint Pots The information centre did inform us that this area is dying, but since I had seen so many cool photos from there I wanted to stop anyhow. It didn't hold a candle to yesterday's Grand Crystal Prism. There was some road construction along the ...
... they'd spotted something that we hadn't. There were some bison on the horizon so we stepped out of the car and climbed a hillock to get a better view. Bryony insisted that Teddy must come for the walk and it was soon evident that she was on the look out for things other than animals, namely the Moon and aeroplanes. Unlike Iain and me, Bryony and Teddy ticked off everything on their spotting list! Bison and prong-horn deer were the only things we saw that morning - they were ...
Traveled to the Lamar Valley at sunrise to view bison, mule deer, and pronghorn sheep. Saw several hundreds of bison. Many right next to the van. Then to the Mammoth hot spring Terraces. Hot springs that grow organisms that harden and turn into travertine terraces. White water rafting on the ...
Yellowstone, home to Yogi Bear. This was also our main destination in the mid west and the reason we had driven so far over the past few days.
Cody is someway above sea level, but as we drove into Yellowstone we kept going up and up. The mountains here are snowcapped, despite the temperatures being up in the 80's. Aside from the mountain peaks, the park is filled with pine forests, so whilst we knew there was an abundance of wildlife in Yellowstone, ...
... was Lee, Caroline and I trying to keep our eyes open to watch the first of the 6 DVD set of Ken Burns's History of Baseball. Great sleep with the cool mountain breezes. Cannot wait to see the Park's hidden treasures from one who "knows."
Did you know: YNP was first conceiived in the mid-1860's and on December 18, 1871, a bill was introduced in Congress and signed by President Grant the following spring. and so,dear readers, The world's very first national park had been ...