Crevice Mountain Lodge
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... bus to run us to restaurants. I did the washing while we chilled in the Resturant & had a light super. After a quick drink at bar we retired but were told the shuttle bus was on an emergency call, oh no what ever will be do, walk??! Well we did start but soon Chris waved down the security shuttle who had ferried us early & organised a lift the rest of the way!! So to bed early to get ready for the next days ...
... are from the Homestead Act , so that it could be preserved . In any event , this vacation keeps getting better . The views and photos from today's trip thru The Grand Canyon Falls was unbelievable . Videos and pics of buffalo in Lamar Valley will be fun for grandchildren . Tomorrow on to Tripple Creek Ranch in ...
... metres away. You don't want to make a mother bear angry!
Part way through the park we came across Yellowstone's Grand Canyon, not as big as it's more famous American cousin, but still impressive, particularly as it has two large waterfalls cascading down it. I decide to walk down to the canyon floor to see the falls closer up, not really thinking about the fact that every stair I took down to the canyon floor I would have to take back up. 380 ...
I'm staying in gardiner, MT which is the north entrance to the park. Cute little western town and the RV park is awesome! It saved my sanity which I know will be tested over the next few weeks while I'm off the grid in MT and ID. I am able to do laundry and clean out the trailer which will help.
Yesterday I hiked beaver ponds which is behind the mammoth falls. It was a beautiful hike thru a mountainside meadow and then ...
... had really cool rock towers surrounding it. Then it was a sighting of mountain goats before we stopped off at the Flying Pig for some whitewater rafting down the Yellowstone River. We did the 2-hour 8 mile trip and were the only family in the raft. The kids had a blast! They were able to man the big oars, get out and swim and ride up on the front of the raft when we went over rapids for a bumpy good time.
Overall, it was a nice, relaxing day!