Yellowstone Country Inn
Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
States visited today: Montana, into Wyoming and then back to Montana We're all excited to get into Yellowstone National Park but first we had to have breakfast at Buckaroo Bill’s. I can’t believe that the waiter didn’t know what a flat white was so had to settle for a black coffee and add heaps of what they call half-and-half. …
The states we visited today are: Started in Utah, then onto Wyoming, then into Idaho, then Wyoming again, then Montana. The day started off with visiting the HD dealership in Salt Lake City and the plan was to veer off after that and end up in the ski fields of Park City (the same ones where the Winter Olympics were held in 2002. Under all …
... Temperature was getting colder as the night grew colder. It got down to zero. Al and I had our heated jackets on...and they were really needed...I didn't have the heated gloves on and really felt it. Richard and Julie had heated jackets as well... But Peter and Denise did not have any....they were freezing. We got settled, into the Yellowstone country inn ...not that good reviews on trip advisor ..but only rooms left. We ended up in a two bedrooms unit....rich took there bed to ...
... firefighters as
Answer – not believed to
be a serious issue. National Park Policy is to let it burn unless it threatens
structures or life. They were simply preparing to save structures if
needed. From what we saw, their
preparation was sadly lacking. Your
government in action. 22 guys and only 4 doing something constructive. Putting on a good show. ...
... ago. On entering the park we were asked if we intended to explore the caves, to which we of course answered yes (Les had dressed in her cave appropriate denim mini skirt, so it seemed silly not to explore the caves after all). "Great" the helpful ranger replied, I will need to ask you a few questions, so i can issue you a permit.
Ranger: Have you entered a mine or a cave since 2005.