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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... than a human), but we we close enough that we could hear the noise the Bison made whilst drinking from the lake. There was a flock of geese in the lake, wisely keeping their distance from the Bison too.
Deer were abundant in the park, and seemingly unfazed by human presence. We drove around various locations in the west and north of the park, including Hayden Valley and Lamar Valley. Here we discovered that the Bison we encountered ...
... over time, created this marbling effect down a hillside. There is a little town built around this natural wonder. The mule deer laze about the town all over the lawns and they hire people to direct traffic and people around them.
Today I hiked Bunsen peak and it was a 1300 ft assent. The elev. was 11,000 so the air was pretty thin. It was 2 1/2 miles uphill and the same back down. What a great cardio workout. 2 months ago, ...
... with a few swigs of Yukon Jack...yea, read it and weep. The neighboring picnic site, as the gal was getting ready to leave she left her bread loaf on the table and the clever Raven swooped in to take it off her hands..she noticed in time after he dragged it to the ground and split it and got a bit, she ran ran over and grabbed it back. I could swear he cackled a laugh as she drove away. We decided to skip the Fossil Trail hike of pertified trees due to it length and ...
... with Noah, who wasn't interested in hiking in a drizzle and dropped temperatures.
At the end of the day, we continued our drive north toward Gardiner, Montana and encountered quite some wildlife. We have gotten blase about the bison already, if they're not close enough, we'll just continue driving. We also saw Mule Deer, White-tailed ...
... a bike rack. We locked our bikes here and walked 1.6 miles to Fairy Falls. The mosquitoes were really bad on the trail! I remembered bear spray but not bug spray. The fall is beautiful. There were only a few other groups there. The water was cold, but it felt good because it was 85 degrees out.
After a bit, we proceeded on the path 0.8 mile to Imperial Geyser. Orange algae lines a hot creek alongside part of this path. Imperial Geyser erupts almost ...