Brandin' Iron Inn
Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... Our last leg of the driving tour took us to the north shore of Yellowstone Lake, which impressively sits at 7,733 feet and has a maximum depth of 410 feet. In its entirety, the lake spans a huge chunk of the southeast part of the park. We found a picnic area on the lakeshore, and ate a lovely dinner overlooking the water. After dinner, we packed up and drove off to watch the sunset over Yellowstone River on our way back to our Lonesomehurst abode on the banks of Hebgen ...
... luck on a Friday afternoon in a small resort town. After two hours of trying to deal with the situation, Dave tried the car one more time, as a mechanic came over to take a look at it, and POOF, the car started!! We left immediately, and we haven't had any problems with it since. Don't know what was wrong!! We headed across the rugged countryside of Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho, stopping for the night in Montpelier, ID.
... their umbrellas open the whole time. I was certainly not giving my front row view up for a moany child who didn't really care about Old-F but I think I would refrain from busting out my full size Mary Poppins brella.
It finally happened and it was pretty cool, I have to admit I was not blown away but it was pretty cool. The one I thought was really amazing was Grand Geyser, that one had about a 3 hour ...
... They had to have a timeout. I was praying not to get one of those feisty ones while Jacob wished for one and Natalie wished not to have a push-button horse. We finally got the word that the ride was on! We all had to step on the scale to make sure we were each over 80 lbs. and under 240 lbs. We got our helmets on, listened to safety talk and lined up by number to meet our horses. Mike - Nevada Angelle - Doc Doug - Rosie Chris - Crockett Natalie - Tracker Jacob - ...
... Lake Drive which passes several pools and geysers. We were even treated to the White Dome eruption. This geyser has a huge pink and white cone around its opening that the water comes through. Most of the geysers in the region are unpredictable as far as eruption times (other than Old Faithful) so you just have to be lucky.
We decided to go out through the West Entrance of Yellowstone and go back through Idaho instead of going out the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed