Lost Creek Ranch
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... sulphur smelling springs, gushing geezers and bubbling mud volcanoes which all entice with the variety of colours that the geology takes on. This was particularly prevalent at the huge steaming Grand Prismatic spring where the colours lure hundreds of people, and this is a down side to Yellowstone and it's other major attractions such as the reliable geezer, old faithful. People are shipped in by the bus load and the tranquility of the area is *******ised as ...
... to leave tomorrow and move on to Fossil Butte in hopes of having a relaxing day on the 10th, which is our anniversary Trip Summary 3974 miles driven 92:40 hours in the car 44.5 miles on the trail 19 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 2 National Parkways 1 National River 1 National Military Park 4 National Monuments 5 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 2 National ...
... lake. The search for the second lake proved to be a true create-your-own-adventure as the 500 feet between the lakes was covered in three feet of snow covering any trace of a trail. Through some brilliant map reading and sense of can-do we found the second lake, aptly named Amphitheater Lake. The mostly frozen lake was surrounded closely on all sides by magnificent spires, one of which was the Grand ...
... remote campsites here) up a dirt road in the National Forest that took an hour to get to but was only 10 miles away. We camped in Curtis Canyon in the Bridger Teton National Forest. The gravel road took us through the 270,000 acres of the National Elk Refuge managed by Fish and Wildlife Service. The road went through miles of prairies and started up into the hills; it was steep, narrow and rutted. At some points, Ruby was ...
... Once free of said bison we started up only to be cut off by three speedy antelope. The local fauna sure do assert themselves. It was a short run to Yellowstone, but with longish drives to get to the various must-sees. Old Faithful, hot pools and waterfalls were all visited again. However, we discovered a couple new places that are must sees: a fantastically neat swimming hole on the Firehole River.. Pics of me immersed ...