The Historic UXU Ranch
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Fantastic! OK—no kidding, we’re done. Nope—we see another place where some cars are pulled off. Several pronghorn deer are feasting on the green grass. We stop at the turn-out and walk back to watch them enjoying dinner. OK—now we’re done. We get back on the road to Mammoth and this time, no stops. After enjoying a lovely dinner at the lodge, we call it a day. BEST DAY EVER! We’ll see what tomorrow brings. Good night!
... elk and amazing views. I'm seeing so much on this trip. Also saw a bison crossing the river, that was pretty awesome! They're just magnificent creatures. Today is our day out in Yellowstone National Park and it was amazing. It was the first national park ever created and is above a super volcano. The last time it erupted was 600,000 years ago and before that it was 2 million years. Yellowstone National Park is bigger than the entire state of Connecticut. It's ...
... labels before paying the twenty-five dollars I'm not sure many would visit. In bold letters the official guide offered these words of wisdom:
- BE ALERT watch for bears, fresh tracks, or scat
· MAKE NOISE
· CARRY BEAR SPRAY
· DO NOT RUN
It then goes on to tell you that if you do see a bear with the word (common) next to the subtext that you should – "stand your ground, fight ...
... the daylight yet again. I couldn't help but to stop a few more times along the way because the sunset cast the most beautiful light over the lake, fields, and mountains. I knew I needed to keep moving though. I was on the stretch of getting off a mountain with two other cars when dark hit. Quickly it crept up until it was a blanket of black and our three little cars were weaving down a twisting mountainside for the next hour. I had to use all my concentration to ...
... limit is 45 mph and there are pullouts everywhere so you can stop and take in the amazing views. Jackson Lake is very pretty but I couldn't get close to it for photos as all the pull-outs were busy as I passed by.
… And then there’s Yellowstone! Also 45 mph but narrow roads, with minimal shoulders and some scary stretches along a canyon that could have used guard rails, plus lots of traffic and busy parking ...