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... The BBQ sauce was pretty good as well but the pork didn’t even need it! That’s when you know you have had some amazing BBQ! The owner/cook came up to the van and asked us how it was. We of course stated that it was amazing. By far it was the best barbeque either of us had ever had and way better than that BBQ place in KC!! The guy inside the trailer was named Michael and he was from Texas! We got out of the van and started to talk with ...
... in the fields and the odd goat. We were on our way through to Montana to have a rest stop before another long drive to Glacier National Park. Yellowstone was kinda of disappointing for all the hype and history it has - but if we hadn't of visited Rotorua, seen terraces in Pammukale or already seen countless waterfalls and Bison by the side of the road, we would have been a lot more blown away. If only we had seen a bear... or a wolf. We are becoming travel nerds.
... Doric Revival look. Reamer also designed the magnificent Old Faithful Inn, along with several other park structures.
The historic yellow tour buses (there are 8 in service now) were built by the White Motor Company, of Cleveland, Ohio. Oh, and the ranger who gave the tour? Also from Ohio...
Very close to the LYH, is the more modest Lake Lodge.
This was our second visit to the park but far from being bored we loved re-visiting all the unique sights. On our first day we visited the Upper and Lower falls in the aptly named Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. The roar of the falls could be heard from several kms away. We walked along a gravel pathway hugging the lip of the canyon and as we grew closer the sheer power of the waterfall plunging 100 feet shook our bodies. Near the edge ...
After filling our propane tank in Cody, we drove about 1 hour to get to Yellowstone National Park. We entered Yellowstone via the east entrance (took a family picture by the sign) and found a campsite at Fishing Bridge RV campground with full hook-ups. RVs are packed in the campground like sardines, but most of us are not planning to hang out in the crowded campground!
We drove our CR-V to Bridge Bay and rode bikes on the ...