Crevice Mountain Lodge
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Day 4; Stop 1: Yellowstone National Park Staring day 2 in Yellowstone (which turned out to be a day of mostly hot springs) we entered near Mammoth Hot Springs. By this time we had already traveled every road on the east side of the park, and were planning to do the same for the west side. Our first location was the Norris Geyser Basin (the first geyser we would see on the trip). We came through the visitor center to see two huge plumes of smoke spewing from the rocks beneath. The ...
... scenery was delightful both going up and coming down. The coach made a stop at a place just outside of Burgess Junction for coffee and pie (I just ate saltines and drank Hydralite) and we saw our first moose. Yay! We then headed to Cody to spend 2hrs 45mins (kill me now) at the Buffalo Bill Centre of the West, which is affiliated with the Smithsonian so it's actually legit. I was pleasantly surprised that it had some pretty interesting stuff in it and ...
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 ...
Day 5 was our final day in Yellowstone. We planned a full day
of seeing geysers and springs primarily. Our first stop was a hot spring called
Black Pool, which as you can tell by the name, was a very dark blue color. That
particular area contained quite a few bubbling/steaming hot springs and
chemical mats. The sulfur smell was so overwhelming as if 20 smoke bombs went
off. Then it was on to the next ...
... because we were all new or fairly new at riding. These are mountain horses so they are able to climb up and down steep inclines. Believe me, we know. We rode for a couple of hours, about 8 miles she said. Believe me, my butt, our butts knew it. While it was fun, it is not all that comfortable. It is also a bit harrowing when they climb steep inclines. There was a lot of "lean into the climb" and "lean back down the hill." We saws animal bones and lots ...