All Seasons Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from White Sulphur Springs
I've been home for a few days now and it's great to be here. We both survived the changeover to Standard Time and the ordeal of re-setting numerous clocks. One would think that being retired, we'd not need so many. It is what it is, I reckon...
I finally got ...
... to stay another day there, just to take a break from driving. We were going to golf but just like so many things have been, it was closed for the season. When ice cream, pools and golfing are closing, you know that it's time to head home. But after a hike, it turns out that an ice cream place in town was actually open, so we enjoyed pie and ice cream at the Purple Pie Place.
We drove the next day to a campground just outside of Yellow Stone ...
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 ...
Set off to explore the northern area of Yellowstone.
Stopped at Tower Falls then drove along a dirt road to Blacktail Plateau ( not very exciting) however it was different.
Next was Mammoth Hot Springs. This was the highlight of the day we spent a couple of hours walking the boardwalks from one colorful hot spring to another.
Totally amazing colourful landscape with brilliant yellows, oranges, greens and vivid white rock formations.