Brandin' Iron Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Today we were able to spend all day at Yellowstone. So we decided to do the South Loop today and do the north tomorrow. We did a ton!
Visitor Centers – We visited every visitor center around this loop. Connie and I found where each center held their national park passport stamp. I have been collecting these for several years and …
So we spent Paul's birthday in Grand Teton National Park. What better place could you celebrate your birthday?
The peaks of this park are just amazing. And to compare it to the valleys and the meadows next to them, make the mountains look even more amazing! We did mostly driving today since we didn't have a ton of time for this park since …
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Soldiering on, today's tour is the upper loop of the park taking in the breathtaking Yellowstone canyon with magnificent waterfalls an deep gorges. The northern rim walk along goat tracks was walked slowly ( no oxygen) and back in the car park, bison and a large antlered buck elk.
Stopped at the Mammoth Hot Springs for lunch and look at the huge travertine steps formed over 1000's of years - very impressive. On to Norris for more ...
... for the eruption. It was amazing to watch. We went to other smaller geysers and mud volcanoes...the sulphur smell was a bit strong in areas. We followed Maddison river for awhile and also seen lake Yellowstone ...huge lake ...can follow it right around. We also viewed a great waterfall. We completed the lower loop of the park. Lots of people fly fishing in the river beds...and on the banks. We did get to see any bear today..they are up the mountains collecting ...
... I pour infinite glasses of water for the tourists, and clear their tables after they leave. All that concerns me here is efficiency. To be efficient will gain me recognition as a good worker; that is what i desire. Everything is still very new here, and i am trying to get used to the whirlwind that my existence has become.
Being in the pine forests is a melancholy i have never known. The trees are tall and thin, and lately the sky has been grey, but i am basking in ...