Super 8 West Yellowstone Lionshead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... we needed to eat and get the tent up ready to sleep. The area is popular with horse riders, and on the site there were two enclosures with metal fences. We agreed that setting up our tents in there would give us some protection from bears. Two trucks and horse boxes were parked nearby, but it seemed vey unlikely they would return at this hour. We got the tent up and stove on, ate in the dark, and were just heading to bed having got some stunning shots of the sun ...
... Bozeman, we can tell we are climbing. We started at 4080 and have reached 7450 now. The coach is handling it well as the grades are gradual. We can see that there has been some snow in the mountains.
We arrive in West Yellowstone about noon and check in at Grizzly RV Park. We stopped here in 2010 and it has grown. This park is great. The sites are so level, don't even need levelers. We get set ...
... there, while lounging in the lobby. We took it so easy that we could watch Old Faithful erupt once more from the inn's large outside balcony. Interestingly, in a way, we had a better view there than when we were sitting front row an hour and twenty minutes earlier. The geyser erupts, on average, every 91 minutes. Even though Old ...
... The girls climbed up in flip flops and went down. They were wet and cold, so I grabbed garbage bags for them to use. Brad and Ashley made mini snowmen.
Our next stop was Yellowstone Lake for pictures among the wildflowers. We didn’t put our feet in the water because there was a film at the edge, but the scenery was awesome! Then, we parked at Bridge Bay and unloaded our bikes. We biked to the Natural Bridge and hiked to the top of it. The mosquitoes were horrible, ...
... thought they had waved at her! Rectifying that problem, the staff then headed north to reconnoiter for the night's lodging. We had heard that there was construction on US 20 north of Ashton, and we confirmed it with some Sheriff's deputies in Rexburg. There were 30 minute construction delays, and the road was gravel. That helped us decide that we would ride Idaho 47 (Mesa Falls Scenic Byway) from Ashton. It would add 9 ...