Super 8 West Yellowstone Lionshead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... and I were covered in blood...its amazing how much you can bleed through your lip. It was a pretty traumatizing experience for me and Jeremy. It was one of the scariest moments in my life and we are so lucky that it wasn't worse. Lesson learned: Don't leave the screen door open...it doesn't lock enough to be pressed on. After our traumatic experience we of course cuddled even longer that night to Winnie the Pooh. ...
... came to pass... + Day 30. Thursday 11th September. Warm River to Flagg Ranch. As we packed up the tent and put the stove on for breakfast in preparation for our ride from Warm River to Flagg Ranch, it snowed, and a cold wind blew through the valley. We rode for ten miles on Tarmac before turning onto Grassy Lake Road - a dirt track skirting the Western edge of Yellowstone. We soon crossed from Idaho into Wyoming - signalled by a mandatory bullet hole ridden sign - and climbed ...
... views of the 'Grand Canyon of Yellowstone' as they call it. The morning commenced with geysers galore, dense trees and lots of green and transformed as we headed past the steep, colourful, rocky valleys of Canyon Valley towards the open, brown, flat plains of Lamar Valley, which is called the 'Serengeti of North America'.
The mission of the day; to see elk, moose and/or otters...preferably all three. Cutting to the ...
We started our 4th with a western adventure style river bath on the banks of our campsite. First stop in Yellowstone: Old Faithful. We found it quite patriotic to watch one of earth's natural eruptions for America day. Unfortunately hundreds of other people had the same brilliant idea. We failed to anticipate the crowds at America's most popular national park on it's most popular summer holiday weekend. Nevertheless, we enjoyed the show. Continuing along the park ...
... everywhere. Up close you could see their coats that had deteriorated away leaving tuffs of hair over their back. Never appearing to be phased by the attention, you'd sometime see a line of cars pausing on the road as one would mozzie across to greener pastures. We also spied Elks, Geese, Moose, Marmots, Big Horn Sheep, Pronghorns, and even a Coyote that passed with 20 meters of our campsite on our first night, butt the rare commodity here were bears and on our ...