Rock Creek Resort
Travel Blogs from Red Lodge
Had another scare this morning at the hotel. Jess misplaced Scott's wallet...yeah not good. We ransacked the Jeep, searched the hotel room, and even called the previous gas station and it was nowhere to be found. As we began to discuss turning it around all together, divine intervention happened and I found it in the sleeve of ...
... that leads into Yellowstone National Park, our first destination tomorrow. Red Lodge is a quaint, resort town with a main street lined with specialty shops and restaurants. It's a cold evening and snow is plowed up along the curbs. We dined at the Red Lodge Cafe, then walked along Main Street for a bit before turning in for the ...
It snowed all night. Some drifting too. I asked the hotel manager how much snow we got, (he moved here from California 4 days ago) he said more than 2 inches. LOL. Understatement! Weather.com says 10.3 inches!
We decided to stay put for a extra day. The roads should be good to travel tomorrow. Posted a few more pics from a little drive.
We spent another night camping and it rained quite heavily. It was only 44 degrees so not as cold. We got an early start because we wanted to get north of Cody, WY before the bad weather hit. With Cody behind us we headed up into the mountain to drive over Bear Tooth pass. As we headed up, we ran into heavy ...
... couldn't help but wonder if this is what it would be like. At one point we reached an altitude of 10,500 feet. At 8:49 am we came upon a construction stop on the highway for about 25 minutes. A pilot truck led us through the construction site. We were in Shoshone National Forest when we noticed that we had crossed back into Montana at 9:55 am. After driving through Cooke City, we arrived at the Silver Gate (northeast) of Yellowstone ...
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