320 Guest Ranch
Travel Blogs from Gallatin Gateway
Back to Yellowstone today. It was cold, wet and snowy but the scenery was spectacular and we saw Grizzly, a pack of Coyotes and herds of Bison, Elk and Mule Deer.
Driving from Idaho Falls to Yellowstone, the terrain changes from country to wilderness very quickly. As we head up into the mountains we stop off at a little gas station and buy petrol and a postcard for Mum and Dad. I write a little message in the postcard and Sarah is just handing it to Dani to post at the rustic post office nearby when she …
We loved this area. It was a very winding road but followed the Gallatin River. Absolutely gorgeous country. On our way to Mt. Rushmore Memorial in South Dakota. We were in so many states in one day, I got confused several times as to where we ...
... area ...then each of the other couples took the other two rooms. We had 5 towels for 6 people, the light switches don't work, just lamps ..but at least we had a light in the bathroom. 421 miles (680 kms) in one day...travelling in 13 hours ...that was also stopping for 2 hrs waiting for the rest of the gang. I retired early to bed ..the others not long behind me. My legs were still freezing from the ride...but Al cuddled up to try and warm me. It got to below zero during the ...
... pre-mating rituals. Interesting. - Main drawback is that it's just off the highway with a lot on noise from the road. - Just outside of West Yellowstone, MT. Stopped by Slippery Otter for a brew and burger. Helpful waiter with suggestions for other places to tour, such as Cliff and Wade lakes. Both lived up to his ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed