Yellowstone Park Travelodge
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... I noticed a m'otel off of the beaten path. The rooms were very nice, right at the $100 mark and they had a very nice little nature area overlooking the river.
It was a short walk, 2 mins, to a very nice saloon where I had the obligatory Ginormous Montana Rib Eye and few beers, while Bill sampled a selection of Bison, Deer and Llama? In the fields outside of Gardiner there were many herds of non standard beasts obviously providing meat to ...
... by train. Even when they were coming by train the only way to see the park was by stagecoach or horseback. It was not until 1917 that autos were allowed in the park.
We then had dinner at The Outpost. We both had the hot beef sandwich. Peg said this was a retreat to her childhood because she always had the hot beef sandwich when she went to the diner in Afton with her dad. She tells me the diner was where a part of Hortons is now.
... but like her mama she does not want any additional responsibility she doesn't need. We washed our hair in the sink, cooked sloppy joes and brussels sprouts over the fire and then sat for quite a bit reflecting on our last few days here. It was great conversations and laughter and a few marshmallows and we were ready to call it a night. The Subaru is organized and ready for us to break down the rest of our gear tomorrow morning. Tomorrow - Montana!! Day 12: 40ish miles. ...
... and it looked pretty awesome. We decided our time at the park had been well spent, and it was time to move on to our hotel in Jackson. On the way a little creek with beautiful mountain caught our eye, so we hopped out for pictures. A creek by the roadside and touch the side of a massive rock mountainside which the sun had just hidden behind. Next thing you know we were in the middle of a rock throwing competition, seeing who could throw a rock to hit the mountain across the ...
We left Bozeman early in the morning, hoping for good weather and with plans to camp in Yellowstone for the night. We were lucky that most of the day was partly cloudy and the percipitation was in the form of tiny ice pellets rather than rain.
We stopped at the most interesting sites of the park including mammoth hot springs, ...