Super 8 Gardiner/Yellowstone Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Gardiner/Yellowstone Park
WAY over priced for the accomodation, but other places were not worth amount or were even more pricier! Nice rooms.
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Wir sind bereits um halb acht on the road. Bis zum Yellowstone Nationalpark ist es eine ganze Ecke. Unsere weiteste Fahrtstrecke mit 6,5 Stunden wartet heute auf uns. Ich waehle allerdings noch eine Route, die uns nicht ueberwiegend ueber die Interstate fuehrt, allerdings dauert es jetzt noch mal eine halbe Stunde laenger. Die Route ist irgendwie …
... Deciding against epic dusk wildlife watching, we headed to the final campground of our stay in Yellowstone, Madison. Prior to dinner and packing things away in readiness for our journey south to Salt Lake City in the morning, we enjoyed tea / coffee in the peace of the woods of the campground whilst Bryony did some jumping practise and collected pine-cones. It was a lovely, relaxed evening. Following dinner, we turned in early, as the start in the morning would be similarly ...
... day) where Rocinante had her bathie. Six hours to Yellowstone and we were parked in front of the Lake Hotel where we met up with our pal/guide, Carolyn McClure, who has worked in YNP for 12 years, mostly as Mgr of the "high end" gift store. There we found also our daughter-in-law, Megan and Grands Pug (11) and Carly (9) who had driven in from Park City the day before.
We next convened to our abode in the RV lot, had home cooked grub and swapped adventure stories. In the ...
... gals were taking pictures of each other and i offered to take one of the two of them, and they enthusiastically said yes please! I said okay, $10. They paused then laughed. They stood by the tree and i leaned down low to take one of them looking up and they said for $10 this better be artsy-fartsy! We parted chuckling. From there we headed straight back to camp. As we are sitting here in camp, a neighboring site, the resident mother said to her 6 year old, "do you want ...
... she seems to be loving it.
We experienced our second traffic jam of the day on the way home as yet more Bison decided they would use the road (quite understandably) as a shortcut on their journey.
Completely exhausted we headed in to town for dinner of pulled beef brisket burgers (sounded better than they were if you can believe that...) and then off to bed for a second instalment tomorrow.