Pine Shadows Motel
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- Free parking
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... his daily dose of news, I think this will be wonderful. On the drive down we saw more bison and in Hayden Valley there was a magnificent herd. Today was a day of getting in and out of the car - Yellowstone Grand Canyon, Tower Falls, Mud Volcano, Washburn Hot Springs overlook and the Sulphur Caldron. Sightings: Bison, squirrel, trumpeter swan, teal, elk, raven Hotel: Lake Yellowstone Hotel Mileage: 78mi Temperature: ...
... a meadow. It was incredible and we hoped it would be a little taste of more sightings to come. It was late by the time we reached Madison Campground and we were all starving, so food was on the cards ASAP once we'd parked. A friendly German family in an RV next to us kindly lent us the essentials that we'd forgotten, allowing us to enjoy a home-cooked spag bol. Bryony basically inhaled this. Another night of motion-free sleep followed - utter ...
7/22 Day 31 Still camped in West Yellowstone. Today we took rte. 191north to Bozeman MT one of Montana's larger cities. This is a scenic route that goes right up the west side of Yellowstone Park then into the Gallatin Mountains.
The road was fairly open in this part of Yellowstone with the pine trees further up the mountain’s sides so we could see the forested hillsides. A lot of this area was foot ...
... at Wyoming's vast beauty and the drastic difference from what most of South Dakota was. We stopped at a few places to get pictures but drove by many and admired from the car as the roads were long and windy and slow moving and we had a long way to go before we arrived at Yellowstone. One stop was a scenic overlook at Hogback in the Big Horn Forest, if you ever go to Yellowstone drive Route 14, the panoramic views are worth the visit! The next place we stopped ...
... of water features that people could run around and play in (it was all children who were doing that though). We also decided that it was important to check out the cinema, and to do this, we watched Jurassic World.
On the way to Yellowstone National Park, we stayed in a small town called Cody. Cody has a 'Nite Rodeo', and, being the tourists that we are, we decided to check it out. There was a good crowd there, and lots of Cowboys ...