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Left this morning after a long hard rain to head north to the the Mud Volcano and Hayden Valley to look for bears that have been very active this week. Then off to Canyon Village and the hike along the Yellowstone river above the canyon. Zoe finished her Junior Ranger program. And on our second to last night we roasted marshmallows which is good as it rained all of the next ...
Every day just keeps getting better, the sights the riding and you are seeing only a small sample of the hundreds of photos taken. Today started with
Breakfast at a non-descript hole in the wall café in Jackson whilst we waited
for the shops to open, breakfast here was to keep us going all day and that it
did. Chester’s Harley Davidson have an outlet in Jackson, so it was a quick shop for
... most part they were hot puddles. When we got up to old faithful we were starving so we ate and had just enough time to watch the eruption. We even stayed around long enough to watch it a second time and the pictures came out better. When my mom went to check out of the lodge and into the cabin (the one I was not thrilled about) she asked if there was any other lodges open in ...
... all the way up to Red Lodge Montana and come through the Beartooth Pass. We missed the turn and we were glad we did because the drive through the mountains was spectacular. It was after noon when we entered Yellowstone. We traveled through the Lamar Valley and very soon saw bison and in the far distance we saw a grizzly with binoculars. Also a black bear, a badger, and a prairie dog. We drove to Mammoth ...
... br> A pit stop at the local service station full of truckers, great T shirts, good coffee and a range of foodstuffs of course.
Onwards for another 2 hours for the lunch stop at West Yellowstone in Montana. Coming into Montana, the plains widened, flat vistas of grassland which was very different from Idaho. And of course someone played Montana Skies by John Denver to set the scene.
In town, places such as the Slippery Otter and Bullwinkles BBQ beckoned with ribs ...