Yellowstone River Motel
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Great rate, clean rooms, plenty of hot waters, nice beds. A good choice.
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... of them, maybe thousands as far as you could see. This must have been the sight early explorers encountered as they crossed America.
We saw Elk, including a huge one that had massive antlers that were a few feet long. Rangers were trying to control people to stop them getting too close. This was also the case when we came across a bear with two bear cubs that had stopped for a nap under a tree, escaping the heat. The rangers were keeping people ...
Since I love the history of these parks, I am reading "Yellowstone has teeth" about a few families that lived full time in the park in the 90's. Lots of people do it, but it doesn't make it any less hard over the winters.
I'm off the grid next week at a campground in Gallatin, MT. Hope the weather stays this nice (high 70's/low 80's). There is a river to swim and float and more hiking!
... the rest of the way back to camp... Well its past 8pm now and Homer is down for the count. I might stay up for a short while longer and maybe get to bed early tonight. There is a two hour time difference here and we tend to wake up a little before dawn. This works well because it seems most people arent moving around until 10 or so. If i am really ambiscious like on some previous trips, i might get up at 2am to take some star pics, we'll see....signing ...
What a day!!! The Yellowstone National Park is just breathtaking. We saw the first bison and lots of other animals. We "climbed" to the top of Mt. Washburn (the highest point of the park) and saw most of the northern part of the park: Mammoth Hot Springs, Lamar Valley, Norris ...
... to school. She was really nice and great with the horses. John our rafting guide who is from California and comes here to work in the summer and lives with all the guides on a "ranch" consisting of many different living arrangements including a TeePee and a bus. Mae, Peter, Lauren and Aubrey, a family that was on the same activity schedule with us.
Activities: Horseback riding in the AM and white water rafting down the Yellowstone river in the ...