Yellowstone Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Last night it rained for about 5 hours right after we had a bottle of Drambuie and wine, so it was time to hit the hay anyways, 10pm. Our neighbors on one side had a small girl and 4 labs about 14 weeks old. Amazingly there was not a sound from them, great neighbors. Tent people tend to be a little quieter it seems. We left there this morning in the midst of thick fog and low clouds. Lots of great pics with bits ...
... spot where God's magic happens. The heat of the molten lava (remember we are on top of a Super Volcano) heat the water in the ground and at this spot it waterfalls into the Yellowstone river at a temperature untouchable by the human hand. When it mixes with the fast flowing water, it creates a natural hot tub right in the river. Unreal. People have built up rock ledges to hold in the warm water. It ...
... Delaware and Rhode Island combined and has five entrances. Coming from the east, we entered via the eastern gate, and, per Lulu's planning, traveled along Yellow Stone Lake north toward the northern entrance, which puts you in Montana, our 23rd state this trip.
Along the way, we had a picnic outside the Fishing Bridge Visitor Center ...
Last night rained pretty hard and we woke up in a lake. Josh's tent was literally floating in water. We went to Artist Point and Inspiration Point today. They were the best views in the park by far. The pictures will do it no justice. You won't get the sense of scale or depth of the place. Yet again, it was the best thing we've seen this far. We got a call from the dune buggy guy and he said we had damaged the ...
... like strong guardians. I could stay here a long time.
We started back up into Yellowstone on the east road and found that while the west road had all those amazing geysers the east road seems to have a lot more wildlife. We saw herds of elk and buffalo and some mule deer. We even saw a black bear digging around on a hillside. It's really an awesome experience to see wildlife in their natural habitat. You might get a closer ...