Super 8 West Yellowstone Lionshead
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We had taken a great trip to Yellowstone 3 years ago, so after a quick trip around the park yesterday we thought today we would hang out in West Yellowstone and the Madison River area. It would be great to spend more time in this area.
We took a couple hours and visited Quake Lake. Another fascinating geological event happened here. In 1959 there was ...
7/21 Day 30 We are still camped at Grizzly RV Park in West Yellowstone. This is a very nice campground lots of green grass and medium size trees. The staff were very helpful as I described in yesterday's post. I have to park at a slight angle to fit in the site but the view out the back to the forest makes it worthwhile.
We spent 3.5 hours this morning fighting to resolve a possible hack of our primary checking account. Turned out that the finance company that was making ...
... level create a vegetative tapestry of conifer forests, alpine tundra, mountain meadows, and sage-steppe grasslands. On top of being one of the last, nearly intact natural ecosystems in the Earth's temperate zone, there is the potential to see wildlife on an unparalleled scale. Herds of bison and elk along with bears, moose, wolves, big horn sheep, pronghorn, and mountain goats can all be found within the park boundary. In fact Yellowstone has ...
... Oreos halved with chocolate and roasted marshmallows in the middle. Amazing! We invited our camping neighbors over to join us. They have two adorable boys similar in age to Phoebe, Claire and Oriah - it was a nice evening. Right now as I write this I am under the. Biggest and brightest moon I have ever seen and the heat of the day has given way to a chilly and crystal clear night. Time to snuggle into home for the next few days. -Bethany (and Carrie) Day 10: 244 ...
... bed; an alternate route is 48 miles long, but apparently more scenic and avoiding most of the soft sands. Which to choose? + Day 29. Wednesday 10th September. Big Springs to Warm River. It would be quite easy to recreate the experience of today's ride from Big Springs to Warm River - at least a large section of it - in your own home. Purchase two mini pine trees and an uncomfortable wooden stool. Hold the pine trees next to your head so they obscure all peripheral vision. ...