Moose Creek Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In order to not back track since we saw a lot of the west side if Yellowstone- well kind of as we raced through- we decided to go back up the grand Tetons which we hadn't finished and enter south Yellowstone. As the rain had really not let up for 36 hours we started slow and by lunch we were eating in our car with the steady rain on our windshield- pictures attached. By 1 we were in south Yellowstone at another thermal spot- west thumb. This one was far from tourists and ...
... Chinese people (there were a lot of people from other countries at both Yellowstone and Zion) talking and pointing to the rather smelly latrines. I overhead several references (between Chinese words) to "*******" this and “*******” that. All we could think was they must have seen the movie Christmas Vacation and thought the English work for latrine was “*******”.
(Heather taking over the ...
... they were a bit out of my price range!!! We hopped in and out of many of the art galleries there and the artists from this area are so talented. We also gassed up while in Jackson and thanks to Kroger points only paid $2.54/gallon for gas.
From Jackson, we left for Fishing Bridge RV park in Yellowstone. It was 100 miles and took us
2 1/2 hours. because of the curvy roads, the climb and the speed limit of 35-45. ...
Spent last night at the local brew house where we got use of their Internet, played darts and organised accommodation in Twin Bridges, Montana for the rodeo in a couple of days time. Gypsy went to the ladies and was amazed to see some original Aboriginal bark art hanging over the toilet. They have no idea of its value. Also decided last minute to have a rest day and go fishing for a day if we could organise a guide and a float boat at last minute. Turned out it was possible ...
... Hole was a highlight of the trip. We started off by grabbing some food at the farmer’s market: a real community event in small town America, with live music, tonnes of kids and smiles all round. I bought some homemade iced tea and a muffin the size of my face.
It was time for the main event: Graeme had booked us tickets for the Jackson Hole Rodeo! It managed to ...