Turpin Meadow Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Fitness/Health center
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... for a few seconds, then the pool would retreat to it's calm and serene state, giving no clue that another geyser burst was building up underneath. It seemed that not many people took this route and I could enjoy the pools and geyser by myself, something that is very rare as Yellowstone is busy this time of year. I continues along the path, heading back to the start of the trail, when suddenly I was startled by, and made to jump out of my skin, by ...
... something pretty amazing to see. My favorite part was the golf cart chauffeur service from your car to the visitor center. We skipped going into the visitor center, but if you wanted to learn more about the dam, that is an option too.
We had to drive through a little bit of east Yellowstone on our way to Signal Mountain and the Tetons, so we stopped off at the West Thumb Geyser Basin to walk along the boardwalk and check out the boiling ...
Today I hiked Taggart lake and beaver creek. So great to get out before the crowds and be the only one on the trail. The meadows are beautiful and teaming with birds and other wildlife. I got to meditate at the top of the trail overlooking the mountainside. It was hard not to be distracted by all the great sounds. I could even hear the rushing water from the run off of the mountains. The hike to the lake started out with taking my shoes off to cross ...
... wildlife tracks. I wanted to see moose or big horn sheep but no luck. While stopping to examine some beaver work (they had clears a section of trees for logs to add to their enormous home), I stumbled on a snake but it was only 1 ft long and he didn't want to stick around. Whew! Danger averted! Of course, on the way back, all the "tourists" we're just getting started in the heat of the day and clueless about what to bring on a hike. I saw one ...
Up early to check out the wildlife in the early morning. Were lucky and got to see some beautiful elk and an antelope herd. We had been told about more fox kits near the Lupine Meadows turnout. We headed over there and had to wait for them to appear. You knew you were in the right place by the number of large cameras set up and people standing ...