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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Travel Blogs from Gardiner
... homer and i and not the good stuff from the canon 6d and g10. We then went on the the grand Canyon of yellowstone to see the falls close up, just amazing. It finally cleared up out here and the angle of the sun was perfect for rainbows on the lower falls. I'll try to attache some pics. Its about 2:30 pm now dont know what to do ...
... buffalo sightings - saw many of them crossing the roads. At one point I could have reached out of my window and touched a buffalo's behind but I decided not to. Dad got pictures of two big bull elk too. The best parts of Canyon Village were the waterfalls and Artist Point. I will include pictures but it won't capture the beauty of the different colors at Artist Point that are made from ...
... day of riding and rafting. Our legs were sore and our back were tired. I felt like I paddled a horse down the river.
Tomorrow will be a bit more relaxed day before we hit the road again. Eating in and resting in one place has been the refresher we needed. Kids have been great. They've been sending postcards from each state back to themselves and others, collecting keychains and watching their 50 states videos when we are driving.
See you tomorrow.
... day. One layed down next to our cabin while we were all on the porch. Pretty neat. I will post a picture of our view from the porch. I am scrambling to catch up as we are leaving Gardiner today but I am two days behind. I will probably post day 2 in Yellowstone today as well. Hope you are enjoying if anyone is reading. I have to write these anyway as a memory for the family as it will be turned into a book when we are done. Happy trails. ...
... elk, of the hot spring terraces where water careened off of layered white sculpted pools. We veered off the beaten path on our next stretch of road and opted for a one-way dirt route along the Blacktail Plateau in hopes of spotting some wildlife. We saw nothing more than the occasional roaming buffalo--not a rarity in the park, but it was a beautiful drive regardless. We haphazardly parked in a very crowded parking lot at Tower Falls to have lunch on a picnic ...