320 Guest Ranch
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... Geyser Basin.
As the luck of the calendar would have it, we arrive during the Labor Day holiday weekend. The crowds at the many popular destinations over the weekend were staggering. The park had recently achieved its highest recreational visitation on record with 980,702 visits for one month. Therefore, we decided to spend the first day driving the scenic lower loop of the “8” and the second day driving the upper loop. We surveyed all of the ...
... hike on the boardwalk and were unprepared for a rainstorm. Rich and Victor were determined to wait it out but I wanted a raincoat so I hiked the one mile back to the camper and collected some snacks and gear. On the way back, I was completely surprised to be walking by Lion when it erupted shooting water 60 feet into the air for well over 5 minutes. As I stood there in awe, Rich joined me having given up on the Grand when it reached a D8. He was ...
... a couple hundred feet or so...it was worth it! From above you can really see the colors and almost otherworldliness of the place. I posted a pic earlier .actually a pic of a pic to get it posted here. Afterwards, we went to the actual boardwalk around it and a couple others...the same one we went on in the morning that was too foggy to see thru. As we walked along it...and came to the yoga pants conclusion...you couldnt see the full effect of the springs ...
... for lunch so we could enjoy our picnic overlooking the falls. They are beautiful. We were three quarters of the way through when people starting running up the path past us and we assumed it was a way to keep fit. Finally, someone stated 'a Bison is coming up the path'. After 15 seconds, it appeared and we were right in its path. Action stations, collect food, eat anything in hands, walk smartly AWAY from said animal, ...
... It was VERY exciting!! As I got into my car and started to drive away I noticed a few folks gathered around looking at something...I got out to see and it was the biggest elk I think I have ever seen. 10 or 12 points on his antlers. he was very calmly chomping on some grass. When he finished, he slowly ambled over across the drive and found so e more yummy stuff and then settled down for a nap...at this point he was surrounded by 8 people or ...