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TripAdvisor Reviews Tomahawk Motel Riverton
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... twice. Beautiful day and nice trip.
Saturday, September 20th, - West Yellowstone, MT to Lander, WY
Traveled today along Hwy. 287. I do believe this is one of my favorite drives. The wildlife in Yellowstone NP and the ever changing scenery and vistas were incredible.
This is what RVing is all about!
Our water h**********ed out tonight. No hot ...
... Scott and Darrell (yes, really!) - two really friendly, chatty guys from Tennessee. We also did some climbing at Wild Iris, nearby, and another day at Sinks. We enjoyed the climbing, but our overall impression was that the routes were undergraded. Well, either that or we're not as strong as we thought we were. ...
... kids were tired by the end of it. Although we saw a lot of scat on our hikes we could not spot any wild life. The scenery is so spectacular that we could not stop taking pictures, so there are a lot of pictures added to this entry.
Got back to our campsite and made maggie for dinner and played a game of apples to apples and called it a night.
... the site and the owner were still waiting for us, and even a smile on her face which was lovely. Much better than many Australian parks we've stayed in where "you'd better be there before 6pm because we close".
It has been quite a long day, with an overnight flight, and a 6am arrival, followed by a 7 hour drive before we could even start to unpack all of our gear, make up our beds, and then think about dinner. I'm sure we were the last van to bed in the park around ...
It was a little sad to leave the Alpine Motel and its very nice owners, but time and tide and tourism waits for no man.
We bolted through Yellowstone without too much hassling with those mongrel ******* tourists, and turned south to enter the John D. Rockerfeller Jr Memorial Parkway and then down into the Grand Tetons National Park.
Now this is more my style. The views of the snow ...