All Seasons Inn & Suites
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TripAdvisor Reviews All Seasons Inn & Suites White Sulphur Springs
Travel Blogs from White Sulphur Springs
... the plan to float the river and meet Lewis and the rest of the Corps at the confluence with the Missouri.
We stopped at Greycliff Prairie Dog State Park where Seaman
found a snake (maybe a rattlesnake) along with the prairie dogs. The snake
was just as shocked as Seaman and headed under his rock. I wanted to stop along the Yellowstone River
and camp like Clark did in 1806 so we found a ...
June 9, 2015 (Clark's eastbound July 13-14, 1806)
It was a short travel day with little to do with Lewis and Clark. I traveled as close to Clark’s route towards the Yellowstone River as I could. I’m not sure how LC knew the location for the Yellowstone River but I assume it was from information they gathered from the Indians. I did stop at ...
August 09, 2013
Cloudy this morning. Cheryl and I headed to White Sulfur Springs leaving Buffalo in our rear view mirror. Pulled into a farmers RV Park about 16:00 (4:00PM) the clouds decided to do their thing, lots of thunder and lightening. Found the local cafe and had Walleye, that was good. Got back to the Palace on Wheels and crashed. Another long day of driving 356 miles. ...
Leaving Yellowstone NP today we saw a grizzly bear with 2 cubs along side the road what a tremendous experience this was indeed a highlight. David managed to get a photo ;)
Stopped at White Sulfur Spring to have lunch, small town.
Then arrived at Great Falls, went for a walk town deserted, for a ...
... looks like you could quite easily be on a different planet. In parts it almost looked like coral under the sea. New rock formations being formed continuously, sections of the boardwalk have been engulfed by the terraces being formed from the hot springs, new ones have been constructed in different locations away from the hot springs path.
The ever changing volcanic landscape of Yellowstone.
On the way back to Lake Lodge we saw a coyote roaming ...