Sleepy Hollow Lodge
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... for the grotto geyser adjacent which he ignored. Whilst we were watching the rare geyser erupt two bison pushed their way through the crowd - or more to the point the crowd moved back rather quickly - as the bison are know to gore people, most recently an Australian. Before that whilst we were watching the Rainbow ...
... went onto Canyon Falls which is a large waterfall. Further on we visited Lower Geyser Basin Paintbox ....then the Prismatic Geyser known as the eye of the earth. The ultimate was the famous Old Faithful Geezer we had about 20 mins before it erupted, so we had lunch in a rustic restaurant whilst waiting. What a fantastic sight it would have been too good to miss. ...
... that were sheer rock faces.
We stopped and had lunch at a little restaurant (4 tables) called the Inn on the Gallatin. I had a barbecue beef brisket and Peg had a brie, turkey, apple panini with honey mustard sauce. My barbecue was so good Peg ordered one to take home for later.
Looking at the mountains we kept hoping for a big horn sheep or at least a mountain goat. But we did not see one critter ...
... Bubba's BBQ was awesome! I highly recommend the ribs! We have found that three regular meals feed us all just fine with little leftover (which is good because we don't have the ability to keep leftovers) and the portion sizes were more than enough! Plus bonus about eating off the regular menu is that the choices are lot more balanced than the typical kids menu options. Onward to Yellowstone!! We arrived around 5:00 and drove the route to our campsite. On the ...
... the youngest looked about 5! We watched them ride Bulls; Rope Cattle (in the quickest time) - this was done on their own, and also in pairs; Barrel Racing; Bareback Bronco Riding; and some trick riding aswell. It was a very cool experience - but I did feel very English there!
We have done a few more days of lots of driving - going from South Dakota, through Wyoming and ending up here in Montana, where exploration of Yellowstone awaits!