Lost Creek Ranch
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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Robert decided he really wanted to go paddling because that was one of the reasons we had come to the Greater Yellowstone area. He was able to paddle by himself while I sat in the front and gave him directions! Ha!
We were still inflating the kayak when we got to see another fox heading out into the woods! We had started early enough there were not many other people out except for a ...
... We saw a number of bald eagles, with one doing a wonderful fly-over the wagon. We also saw a coyote making a meal of an elk carcass (while the Refuge does supplemental feeding to help with the survival rate over the winter, some of the elk do not survive the winter due to things such as hoof rot or other diseases).
Our timing was very interesting as this is the point in the year when the male elk are starting to shed their antlers. We ...
After leaving Yellowstone, which was wonderful - minus the road closures that make your trip around the park 2 additional hours of driving, we moved down the road to Grand Teton National Park. We decided to camp at Flagg Ranch which is the northern most campsite of Teton N.P. We chose our campsite very carefully since we needed to have an electric hook-up to charge Charlotte, but also this site had a water spicket AND was close to the newly renovated bathrooms - it's ...
... sight this did make for a refreshing change so we spoke to the visitor centre who recommended a long hike for us but advised bear spray so as I set off to get some Alex set up the tents on the way back I saw a couple of black bears- glad I got the spray. Sleeping that night was pretty awful not only was it freezing the air bed betrayed us and repeatedly deflated- reasserting my hatred for camping. However, regardless we woke early to start our 16 mile hike ...
Our third day in Yellowstone allowed us to cherry-pick some things we wanted to do (again). After breakfast in our hotel room, we entered the park via the western entrance, and drove past Fire Hole Falls to enjoy the scenery. The Fire Hole river is a mountain stream, and, as such, should be ice cold. Due to the run-off of 4,000 gallons per minute of hot spring water from Midway Geyser Basin, ...