Super 8 West Yellowstone Lionshead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We woke up that morning, ate some granola bars and started our way back. We were going to attempt walking all 40 miles in one day. We got close.We walked about 30 but it was too dark to continue so we set up camp, made sandwiches and went to bed. But supposedly at night some bears came and stole our peanut ...
... 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 ...
We were exhausted by this time so opted for another slower start: breakfast in the cabin, a walk around the property, running through the sprinklers. Even this took longer than imagined as we also had an impromptu tour of Buffalo Bill's hunting lodge (which is part of the property). After this we left, stopping at one of the park grocery stores for provisions for lunch and then continued with our plans.
Buffalo Bill is big in the area - the ...
... of us were dying laughing because her reaction was so hilarious. The bison finally moved and we were on our way.
The Lower Falls were really pretty. The waterfall was one of the tallest I have ever seen, and it was rushing really fast. The base of the falls flowed right the grand canyon of Yellowstone. The canyon was also very pretty, the orange and grey rock combined with the depth made for a stunning landscape. Before we went to ...
... As we entered the town of Teton, Gayle decided she was done riding and sat in some shade by the sign at the City limits. We rode on into Teton a short distance before realizing we needed to turn off north just after where we left Gayle. As we turned around, and went back to the road we needed to be on, Lea and Norma passed us! They also turned around and started following us. They had completely missed seeing Gayle, even ...