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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Red Lodge
... West Yellowstone so the forests were gone. Just small trees remained, but it was still beautiful. I didn't go to Old Faithful in the south and instead headed towards the Northeast entrance. That is still magnificent and in the opposite direction from our 2013 trip going west. Mountain Sky will be branded in my memory as a wonderland of Cowboy Magic. Moscow Mule Magic.
Exiting from the Northeast we, Ziggy is still here ...
... I was a bit disappointed that I did not come across any mountain goats as I do know they can be found in this area. However, the overall experience was still amazing!
Traveling down the opposite side of the range, making our way to the Chief Joseph Scenic Highway and, ultimately, back to our lodging in Cody, ...
... and you need to keep hydrated. Cody was a bigger, more upscale Western town. We had a delicious lunch at China Town Buffet - one of the better Chinese restaurants - fresh and tasty food. We just peaked in at the Buffalo Bill Museum which was huge. Then we took another route back to Red Lodge. We stopped at an old coal mine that was closed down ...
... park from the western gate, traveled up the west side and then headed for the northeast gate. This was the third time I have been to Yellowstone so I was not excited about the trip. And the scenery on the western entry isn't that excited. But when we hit the inner loop and the scenery got better so did my spirits. And then we came upon a herd of buffalo sauntering across the road with a good mix of young ...
... is sad to think so many are still in danger every day the wildfires burn.
We soon came to a crossroads town named Lame Deer and were back in rolling grasslands. Again as far as the eye could see, nothing. It made me wonder if this is what Laura Ingalls saw every day on the prairie. Highways ripple like ribbons over the rolling land that soon fade to nothing in the distance.
A high came when ...