Black Bear Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... next to were so expansive, especially Yellowstone Lake. At West Thumb in Yellowstone, the Beauchamps split from the crew and headed to see Old Faithful(the rest of us had done that the last time we visited here). Some buffalo were spotted. We headed to Cody, but first a quick stop for some to add more clothing and take a bathroom break. The road from the east entrance ...
... 73 with me as a photo prop… it seemed to fit the period.
More history of Kirwin, including its connection with Amelia Earhart, can be found in my 2013 blog, and an interesting story surrounding a grizzly bear’s tooth in 2014’s. Yes, grizzlies inhabit the area in slowly growing numbers, requiring the wary visitor to carry bear spray and a sidearm of some size. I wore my 1873 Colt .45 single ...
... him to give it to me. It was a delicious white fish fried in butter. His dad, not far behind him, said it was 'wally' or something. While I was eating it, the wind started to blow with almost gale force. I had to jump into my car to finish the dish. I was afraid that my tent might blow away but I had fortunately secured it well with the spikes. As you all know it lies close to the ground. If it ...
... the truck!
The next stop was Oxbow Bend Turnout. We were able to see a large herd of elk in the distance. We're so grateful to Nanny and Papa for the great Christmas gift of binoculars. We have used them so many times on the trip and this was another instance where we pulled them out to get a better look at the elk. There was an artist there as well, painting a picture of the meadow. This is the first ...
... Valley. We had to go down some short, steep rock faces at points, but the danger was very minimal. Upon seeing Bear Creek, we also caught site of a trail marker that officially told us we were going the right way. Woohoo!
Once getting to Bear Creek and refilling our water bottles, it was time to begin the final climb. The trail at times was the steepest we'd ever hiked. At one point, we were on a thin game trail, the only flat ...