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TravelPod Member ReviewsOne Horse Motel West Yellowstone
The hotel was set in an interesting small town. The owners were very sweet. Rooms were clean. Parking was tight, but only a minute away from Yellowstone.
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TripAdvisor Reviews One Horse Motel West Yellowstone
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... the front (there was no lobby) to the stage to sell refreshments during intermission, AND personally greeted every audience member as they were leaving!! I was reminded from my USO tour days how much energy that all requires and how young they all were...and I was!! An exhausting feat for them and pure joy for us.
Other town activities included visiting the Union Pacific Museum and the Discovery Wildlife Center. The museum is in the ...
... Yellowstone, stopping often to take pictures. We crossed the Continental Divide 3 times and the highest elevation we reached was 8850. For most of the first part of our drive, we drove alongside the Yellowstone River. It is the longest undammed river in the Northern Hemisphere at 675 miles long. There were many stunning waterfalls, deep lazy flowing areas, and shallow rocky portions, perfect for fly fishing.
We continued south and ...
... So we saw an obstruct of bison in the meadow. When we arrived at Old Faithful we checked into our rooms at the Old Faithful Snow Lodge. Accommodations are very cabin like. No internet and no tv. We headed to the Old Faithful Inn for dinner. Dinner was busy. The dinning room is huge and filled with families of grandparents and grandkids. There are lots of foreign tourists visiting Yellowstone as well. Dinner was good, certainly not like dinner in ...
I woke up at the Rainbow Ranch in Big Sky Montana to the sound of birds chirping outside the window. It was a very peaceful morning eating breakfast at the buffet at the Rainbow Ranch and getting ready to go to Yellowstone later in the day. I didn't want to leave, but when we left mid-morning and drove to Yellowstone I was in awe. The view was beautiful, with the snow covered mountains, the green, grassy valleys, and all of the wildlife out in ...
... you”. A monster bull with a gigantic rack was heading straight for Buddy’s window. Buddy was startled and considered punching him in the nose. Gassing the truck we took off. I stopped at the general store because Buddy wanted chicken. They had it…frozen and $7 a pound. Everything needs charging and I’m having trouble finding places to charge, much less wifi!