Yellowstone River Motel
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Great rate, clean rooms, plenty of hot waters, nice beds. A good choice.
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... cut that tongue out of your mouth?!" I'm sure it was real important, probably political. A foot note...thank you all for the public comments.. Steve, yes you would dig it here again, we hid a few things for you here. LaLa, you must find a way one day... Larry, we're gunna tip one out here fer ya..and its not a buffalo. Addendum: 8am Fri morn..we packed up our camp and are heading north and out. We did end up doing the night hike and milky way photos in the middle of ...
... and two badasses looking to wrestle a grizzly. Zero phone signal reception here in camp. I will only be able to post as we drive out each day near the sparse stores and gas stations, just a handful in this entire area. We have our tents up now and are considering what to do for the remainder of this 50 percent thunderstorm day. Rain expected most of this night too, then clear weather for the rest of the ...
... stops or delays to Old Faithful. Plan to stay in Old Faithful for an hour in case you miss the blow (its 90-120 minutes between blows). if you are afraid of heights and sailing off a cliff, beware of the east upper loop. Restaurants: We woke up to a gorgeous Montana morning. Had our breakfast and began our Yellowstone journey. Our plan was to drive down to Old Faithful at the bottom of the lower loop, about an hour and a half without ...
... the spot at the bottom of the slope where the bull would end up if it . . . and then it did come down. Mark shot a video of it (at safe distance) and we'll post it here. It was quite funny to see the crowd disperse in a panic. Lulu overheard a park ranger yelling at the crowd that "common sense is a rare thing." The bull slowly walked along the ...
... They were two months into the trip so far. We all exchanged stories by the fire and ended up cooking them some bannock bread. They returned the favor by cooking us pancakes and eggs in the morning. It must be incredible to be able to take off for five months and see the country. Their daughter is going to have some amazing memories from that trip. This trip is just a small sliver of what I hope to do later in ...