Yellowstone Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... basin last night....very cool. We will hit Mammoth Hot springs on the way out. There is a multi-terraced formation of travertine or something with multi-colored pools in them we want to check out. Finally we will get a motel room tonight!! This car smells like a combination of smoke, beef jerky, feet, sardines, chili, yukon jack and fresh apples for some reason. I am trying to post more pics of things but i need to take some pics from my camera screen using my iphone...lame i ...
... though I wished they would. I was nervous. Never been and never been with kids. It's one thing to worry about yourself, it's another to have to risk your life saving an offspring in danger. Then I realized we were all going to be ok and...wet!
This was a 2 hour rafting trip with multiple 2/3 rapids. It was so much fun. The same family we rode with was in our boat. The kids had fun together. Many of the daring things our kids did encouraged the ...
... 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. ...
... the mountainside overlooking Yellowstone, its mountains and Gardiner. It is quiet yet near everything. The cabin is awesome. It is a new log cabin with a rustic feel yet clean modern and well equipped. We all lOVE it. After we dumped our stuffed and emptied the van into the cabin, we took a brief drive into Yellowstone to get a feel for it. The entrance is literally 3 to 5 minutes from the cabin. Even though it was sprinkling, we were drawn in to Mammoth ...
... the acidity, and then their feet scolded by the heat. You would not expect to see any wildlife in those areas, but it to be duly warned to stay away by the sulfur smell. But no, we saw quite a variety of dung lying around those bubbly areas.
After Lulu and Mark took a nap in the car, and the boys were allowed to play on their iPods, ...