Pony Express Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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More wolves, 1st one was stalking Bisons in a valley near the west gate entrance. The 2nd came towards our car and crossed the road 3 cars behind us on the main road near the 'Old Faithful' turnoff. Finished all the internal roads in Yellowstone today by driving from Madison to Norris before heading south and out the South Gate and into the Grand …
... Binoculars out to get a good view and using her scope we managed a picture. Not content with that, we next wanted to see a moose with Antlers. On we drove scouring the Landscape for sightings. On route we travelled along Mormon road where the first settlers to the region had settled many being Mormons. They had a very tough time as this terrain was not suited to arable farming and eventually their farms were bought out by ...
... being broken. Babylon. We piled back in the truck and started to reverse. I swear this teenaged girl gets off the bus and came up just a hopping and jumping, oh Lord, thought it wouldn’t last long; she’s going to wish she was a baby girl, in her mother’s arms. The truck trembled and pitched hard with the heavily-applied brakes: She never noticed as she skipped on by. We got out while the getting was good, without injury. On the way ...
... trip, no white water to be found. It did get pretty interesting at one point when Marcus the guide wasn't paying attention and ran our raft into an overhanging tree. Dutee and I dove to the other end of the rafts (2 tied together) to pull Heather to safety and avoid getting hit by the tree. Dutee got scraped up a little bit but other than that it was just a good laugh. That was near the end of the raft trip, which was the end of the trip. We helped them load up ...
... wet we were allowed to jump in and have a swim. I think only 4 of us jumped in including me and it was blooming freezing. There was also another game we could play in the flat water called "spin it to win it" where you stand on the front and then everyone else spins the boat and tries to knock you in, so of course I had to have a go at that too. Once we got back to camp we had an hour or so to ...