BEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn
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... park. We opted out of hotel and stayed in the trailer. Nothing fancy about the RV park, but for 35 bucks, it was great. Had power and water, but no sewer, Dump Time!!
Went and got a few more groceries as we will be in Yellowstone for the next 3 nights.
Barb can't wait to see the bears in the park!!
Not sure if there is any internet at Yellowstone, so it may be a few days before there are any new posts.
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... for comfort! No cages or fences here. Madison campground is about an hour from Old Faithful. The ranger warns us that a bear was at the campground just last night! We make camp, eat a quick sandwich and head to the 9:00 pm Ranger talk on F.J. Hynes, Yellowstone's first photographer. Now it's late. We settle in for the night with a dixie cup of Yellowstone's Howling Pear wine for Sara and a sip of Yellowstone Bourbon whiskey for Mark. Hopefully we will not have any visitors this ...
... as always: three young bull moose. These are probably my favorite animals. I have driven thousands of miles to find them. The first was in a zoo in Green Bay, WI. The next was wild in Quebec. There were some in the Bighorns. And here in the Tetons are the world's southernmost moose. They were across the river munching of grass and bothering each other. Their huge antlers seemed to have already lost the velvety coverings. A crows was gathering by the river and a storm was ...
... laptop and could show her the email from them just a couple of days before confirming it, but the fact was our car had been given to someone else and she wasn’t sure she had another vehicle available. This was not good news when we were heading off to Yellowstone first thing tomorrow morning! Anyway she did some digging around and finally came up with a Toyota Highlander 4WD she could give us. It was more expensive and would use more gas ...