Pony Express Motel
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... north rim and see the lower falls from the opposite side. At Lookout Point you can see an Osprey nest on top of a tall rock pillar. Then we end with Inspiration point. These views are awesome but pictures don't do the views justice.
Now on to Mammoth Hot Springs. Along the way are many pull offs with great views. We stop for lunch and eat out of the back ...
... sight. We exited the park and entered the town of West Yellowstone, Montana, around 9:30PM. We did some grocery shopping, checked into the motel, had dinner, a shower and bedtime. Tomorrow is another day.
We are hoping to see moose and bears. The kids have a ranger provided checklist of mammals in the park and those two are still open.
... was already 3pm and our next plan was to get to the campground and then go explore the park.
We drove past the west thumb geyser basin towards bridge bay. On the way we saw a bunch of people gathered around something and so we stopped. It was a herd of elk. Someone told us they were only two to four years old but they were huge and had very long antlers. The drive itself is beautiful between pine trees. ...
... Wi-fi was free and included in the price. The total cost is $32 per night ($24 for two people and $4 each additional person).
I did not sleep well. I awoke from a dream hearing footsteps and saw people shadows walking around the tent. I don’t know if the girl and guy were on the sidewalk or walking around our tent. I hit the tent and they quickly moved to the middle of the road. I went out to make sure our bikes were still there, and the car was still locked. All was ...
... walk the short distance to the falls. While it was a cool waterfall, it fell short of our next stop. On the way to that stop, we passed a valley overlook filled with people staring into cameras and binoculars pointing off in the distance. We thought it must be better than buffalo, so we pulled over. Sure enough, off in the distance, we spotted a little brown bear. A nice man next to us let us use his binoculars to watch the bear stroll through some trees. Next stop, ...