GuestHouse Henry'S Fork Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the big bears and then coming back to bottle feed the cubs. They are extremely cool. It was so cool to feed the cubs. They are pretty amazing little things. And really powerful for their size. Unfortunately, no video or pictures for that ...
... 2 weeks ago and they gave us a 9pm dinner so when I called to cancel they had a cancelation at 7 so that was better it is a beautiful building and the history behind it made it so special.
Gary bought me a book on the Inn their 100 yr celebration I just love it. When we left we saw a hugh herd of Elk standing in a field so pretty but my favorite thing in Yellowstone would be the small rivers that run through it it is just magical. On our ...
... the beauty of it all. A great place to
stay for a couple of days.
Back at the campsite we had just sat down to drink our margaritas when Ruby noticed a
cloud bank coming at us pretty fast. After watching it for a few minutes
we realized it was a dust storm. We quickly threw things in the van and held
on to the poles of the awning and quickly took it down. The storm blasted
through in about 40 ...
... to know the condition of the road befroe we ventured. The county road was about 40 miles of travel and the state road was about 150 miles but road condition would affect our speed and comfort. We visited a forest service information center and learned that the county road was paved and that this was the way to go. A bystander in the information center warned us that the road wasn't paved but that it was a decent road. We got started and were a ...
... logs were saved and reassembled. The owners have done a wonderful job and we are really going to enjoy ourselves here.
It is a working ranch with cattle, horses and sheep all around us. Also many sandhill cranes, a sign of spring, are in the field outside our window.