Cooke City Alpine
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... better than Old Faithful. We then visited the Upper and Lower Falls and the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Along the way we spotted many bison, some of whom just mosey along the road. Words cannot really describe the beauty and amazing things we saw so please check out the pictures. We finished the day with a late dinner at the Lake Hotel celebrating Dylan's birthday. Not a bad way to spend your 11th birthday, ...
... and that's the males, fellas. The females are also great looking, better color than deer, less flighty and with bigger tails. Again, although more shy than the buffalo, they are walk right up on the road. I guess they have gotten used to no traffic in the park for a few weeks. Still looking to spot Moose and Squirrel, Natasha! So we are headed back into the park early to seek out additional wonders ...
... be kept from bison is something like 45m and these were just the other side of the white line on the bitumen. Was a little bit wary when a couple of them looked our way. We don’t have much in the way of protection when sitting on a motor bike. We didn’t see any elk or moose though. People were lined up at one spot with binoculars out - we asked them what they had spotted and apparently it was a bear which had gone behind a tree. ...
... we had had take a picture of us earlier in our trip had dropped it, we surmised it must have been damaged more than we realized.
What were we going to do? We were literally on a road, quite desolate, with only one very SMALL town to go through before coming to the West entrance of Yellowstone! However, trying to not be discouraged, we refused to accept that we would be driving through Yellowstone, not being able to capture photos of what would ...
We took the scenic route through a little bit of Montana. The drive was amazing and was a lot longer because we stopped so much to take pictures. Almost as soon as we got into Yellowstone we spotted bison. Some were by themselves while sometimes there were herds ...