Pahaska Teepee Resort
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Just what we needed. Clean, comfortable and the nearest place on the East Entrance that we could be.
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... at the beasts. We saw both silver and black wolves, in the wild, how amazing.
Back in the car and not more than 100m down the road we werein the middle of a large herd of Bison, complete with many calves. They were even walking between the parked cars, somebody got a real close encounter.
We continued north to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, where we saw the Upper and lower falls and an incredible ...
After yesterday's long day, I decided to take it easy and just go to the Old Faithful Inn and a few more geothermal features. The forecast was for a partly cloudy day, with no rain!
Robert C. Reamer was a self-taught architect who designed several buildings in the national parks; the Old Faithful Inn was completed in 1904 and is considered his masterwork. Reamer felt that a building needed to be made of indigenous materials, and ...
Wednesday we got up early so we could go on a 3 mile walk to the Hayden Valley. We were in a group of 18 people with Ranger Amy leading the pack. She was great and we had a good mix of people from Australia, the Netherlands, U.S. and us Canadians.
We started out at the Upper Falls in the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone and then headed up toward the valley. There was a large grizzly bear quite close to the path so we took ...
... and then headed toward Devil's Tower. It was an amazing mountain to see. It just juts up out of the ground. We had lunch at Devil's Tower and then meandered our way toward Cody. We went through some of the most majestic mountains I have ever seen. They were the Big Horn Mountains. They were awesome. The terrain changed so much. ...
... has its own stamp, so just within Yellowstone, there were about 7 different stamps you could get! The kids LOVE going to visitor centers searching for the passport stamp area and accruing stamps!)
We then headed to Old Faithful. As we arrived, we noticed the crowd and knew it was about to erupt. Rees dropped the kids and me off, knowing he would most likely miss it (he has seen it multiple times), and tried to find a parking spot. It was a ZOO at ...