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- Hot tub
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... were a few walks around this area and it was cool to walk around. Back to the coach and yet again we had to wait for our to manager to get back. He was taking pictures as well. We then got back on the coach and made the drive to old faithful. It took longer then expected due to road works but we did see lots of animals in the area, just doing their own thing. There was also some great scenery.
At old faithful we soon ...
... 15 years, or one generation, to move from introduction to general adoption. This was case with mobile (cell) phones and computers, the last two new technologies of significance. Looking back a few years, microwave ovens took a good 15 years from introduction in the 1950s to general acceptance sometime in the late 1970s. Compared with the speed with which the Nations of the Plains adopted the horse this seems an unremarkable performance for ...
Astrid was very keen to see a bear so we got up at 5am to maximise our chances, although most bear spots seem to be by chance rather than through watching at dawn or dusk. Yellowstone has Grizzlies and Black bears, with Grizzlies being the bigger of the two. We planned to have breakfast after our wildlife spotting.
Needless to say, we didn't see bear but we saw deer, elk and bison and Olav and I also saw mountain bluebirds and lots ...
We hit the road early this morning, so early I wasn't even out of bed. But that's the bonus about an RV... I can sleep in bed still whilst driving. So both K and I were still in bed whilst A started the trek from devils tower, Wyoming to Yellowstone, Wymoming. As we wanted to hit Yellowstone tsay, we knew we would spend the whole day on the road again. We made our way from Devils Tower, though ...
We stayed just outside of Yellowstone in a RV park. We left around 10:00 am and headed back into Yellowstone thru the Roosevelt Arch. Our first stop was Tower Falls. Then on to Lamar Valley which is a nice drive thru the park where you can see the wildlife. I think the highlight of the day was as we were driving a herd of Buffalo just walked on the road in front of us and started coming right at the RV. Jeff was video taping so we would have evidence ...