Crevice Mountain Lodge
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... basin last night....very cool. We will hit Mammoth Hot springs on the way out. There is a multi-terraced formation of travertine or something with multi-colored pools in them we want to check out. Finally we will get a motel room tonight!! This car smells like a combination of smoke, beef jerky, feet, sardines, chili, yukon jack and fresh apples for some reason. I am trying to post more pics of things but i need to take some pics from my camera screen using my iphone...lame i ...
... Rafting Company's raft and ride package)
Hotel: Cowboy Cabins (still awesome!)
Helpful hint: Book ahead for HB & raft (they do allow cancellations). AM ride was warm but not uncomfortable and allowed time to go eat before rafting. PM warm/hot and water felt great. You will get wet.
Restaurants: K-Bar as suggested by guides for good pizza
We woke up again to a gorgeous morning. We had Blueberry pancakes over ...
... headed up hoping it wasn't a wasted trip. Two young men were heading down so I asked them if it was worth it. We got a unanimous "NO". They gave us an Old Faithful time update. With a tiring 8 year old in tow, we turned on our heels and headed back out. On to Old Faithful. We had a steady drive until we got to a construction area. We were stopped for 15 minutes which wasn't that bad. It gave us a chance to scan the landscape for animals. It ...
... outdoor concert in the park for free the night before. How great would that be. She also waited on Michael Keaton. Activities: Movie, Snuggles, Mammoth Hotel: Cowboy Cabins (awesome!) Helpful hint: Definitely drive through Livingston (neat town and nice people) Stay in Gardiner because its small and quaint but has modern necessities right at the gate of Yellowstone. Restaurants: Hu Hot (mongolian bbq) , Northern Pacific Beanery (Livingston) Billings was a ...
... also attended part of a park ranger talk about the wildlife. "Keep your distance from the bison" was one piece of advice we could put to practice about five minutes later. Lulu spotted a lone bison bull on top of a ridge, about 40 feet above a parking lot we passed. So we pulled in. Mark climbed the slope (at safe distance) to scout if there was ...