Yellowstone's Absaroka Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYellowstone's Absaroka Lodge Gardiner
On our last night in Yellowstone we stayed in the town of Gardiner. Our room had a small kitchen and a patio area in the back facing the Yellowstone River. We slept with the windows open and all night we could hear the Yellowstone River running. I will never forget that.
Gardiner, itself is a pleasant little town right outside the north entrance to Yellowstone Park. You can see the Roosevelt Arch from Gardiners's downtown.
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Vanmorgen op tijd opgestaan zodat we vroeg het park in konden gaan. We hebben voor het eerst van ons leven een ontbijt bij Mc Donalds gehaald (die tegenover ons motel zat), vooral vanwege het snel op pad kunnen gaan.\
Als eerste zijn we gestopt bij de Lower Geyser Basin, al prachtig om te zien. Vervolgens naar Old Faithful gereden wat …
... cut that tongue out of your mouth?!" I'm sure it was real important, probably political. A foot note...thank you all for the public comments.. Steve, yes you would dig it here again, we hid a few things for you here. LaLa, you must find a way one day... Larry, we're gunna tip one out here fer ya..and its not a buffalo. Addendum: 8am Fri morn..we packed up our camp and are heading north and out. We did end up doing the night hike and milky way photos in the middle of ...
... to school. She was really nice and great with the horses. John our rafting guide who is from California and comes here to work in the summer and lives with all the guides on a "ranch" consisting of many different living arrangements including a TeePee and a bus. Mae, Peter, Lauren and Aubrey, a family that was on the same activity schedule with us.
Activities: Horseback riding in the AM and white water rafting down the Yellowstone river in the ...
We got up early to get ready for our Yellowstone Tour. We were picked up at 7:30, and were the first ones on the bus, so we got the best seats! Our guide, Steve, was a retired park ranger with 33 years of service. We had a small bus of only 13 people, which included one obnoxious 3 year old with no manners or discipline. Our first stop was Mammoth Hot Springs. What an amazing sight, boiling water spewing out of the ground, running down the hills. We then entered the Norris ...
... down, it would take us 7 miles to get back to our hotel room. We were back down in one hour. Half hour stay and about Half hour ride. Next we left for Yellowstone with a stop at the Albertson's in Jackson. Need supplies before our trek into the wilderness. Went north out of Jackson for one last view of the Tetons. Took about 2 hrs ...