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As we are going in see some elk. We get in free with our pass, otherwise would be $60. To see Yellow Stone and the Great Tetons. Yellow Stone is pretty, but after seeing Glacier and Mount Rainier, it does not compare. But, It is a totally different beauty in it's self. Now it is raining, and occasionally snowing. Not getting very good pictures. A lot of hot springs, and steam coming up from the ground. The snow is ...
... Breathtaking and fascinating is probably a fairly accurate description. Even Bryony (who had woken up by this point) appreciated the colours, reeling off a list of those that she could pick out! Once we returned to the path proper, Bryony was eager to walk. She was equally insistent that we should all walk, or rather, march back to the RV singing the elephants' marching song from The Jungle Book, much to the amusement of the many people along that path that ...
... I noticed a m'otel off of the beaten path. The rooms were very nice, right at the $100 mark and they had a very nice little nature area overlooking the river.
It was a short walk, 2 mins, to a very nice saloon where I had the obligatory Ginormous Montana Rib Eye and few beers, while Bill sampled a selection of Bison, Deer and Llama? In the fields outside of Gardiner there were many herds of non standard beasts obviously providing meat to ...
... Eternal Stench!" The girls were less than impressed. We had a relatively relaxing afternoon where the girls worked on the book for their Junior Ranger badge. Phoebe, not so much, as she decided she didn't want to be a Junior Ranger. Even after we reassured her that Junior Rangers don't have to live in the park she decided that it wasn't her job to keep the animals safe or the natural landscape protected. That was the rangers' jobs. Not sure she will be earning a ...
We began our day with a short hike up into a meadow and then down along the Sinks River and saw it disappear into a limestone cave and emerge a half mile away into a quiet pool filled with enormous fish. Of course no fishing allowed or I would have cycled...hooked,
to frying pan, to tummies! They had Yurts to reserve and each had a bunk bed, a queen/double, a sofa futon and all for $8 a night for non residents.
We spent a little time in picturesque Lander (photos ...
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702 Scott St. West, Gardiner | 1 star motelfrom $73