- Hot tub
- Room service
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... grocery stores in town. Whenever we went, the stores were packed full of tourists (it seemed mostly Asians) buying food to cook in all the little cabins that line the streets (my best guess). I didn't even want to shop because of all the pushy crowds...and the price of food. Groceries and gas were quite high and the quality of food in the produce sections not so good.
The town did provide us an interesting church experience and a ...
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 ...
... on the Yellowstone River, specially exciting for Amy who hasn't been to the Grand Canyon (yet).
After that we carried on back to our campground, where we planned to change sites. We stopped at the office and were assigned a new site, so we packed up our stuff and hoisted the empty tent right on top of the car. We drove slowly around the campground with the adults hanging on to the front corners ...
... we drove around some mountains today that look right over the edge. For some reason I tend to grip the chair and lean a little. I was trying to be incospicuos but it didn't work. Madison has a picture of snow below. We were at one of the highest locations in the park. It was odd being in shorts then touching the snow. We pulled over to a viewing area and the kids and I hiked up a little hill to see the snow. Madison actually threw a ...
... for 3 days….
Of course each time we came across some new Bison.. we’d stop and take more photos… in a few of the places we’d try and predict their travel pattern and move so that the Bison would travel past the truck… in some cases we’d take ...