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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and in better shape. After Jean checked us out, we drove over to the Lake Hotel so I could take a picture, and then Jean moved over to the driver seat. She wanted to drive today. Along the route out of Yellowstone, we stopped to view a female moose or elk, not sure which, that was along side the road. Then we made a stop in Grant Village for WC and the PO. I called Cathy to get their address to send Nora post cards. It was good to catch up with the family. ...
... folk with all sorts of floating vessels - tubes, kayaks, paddle boards.
Back on the main track again, stopped briefly at Jackson Lake Dam, but light will be better tomorrow. First campsite we had planned was full, so proceeded to Colter Bay campground, on the shores of Jackson Lake. Spotted a coyote on the edge of the track next to the dump station as we checked in. Lovely peaceful site in the pine ...
... NP. And saw some moose and elk. Then we all got Jr. Ranger program books so we could become Jr. rangers. Ben and Edie finished theirs (except for attending a ranger led program) right away. Then they helped Bernice, Trixie and Tommy finish theirs. Then, we went home and got ready for a wildlife tour. So we packed a dinner and then a guy named, Evan came to pick us ...
... and was still a better day than being at an office sucking the soul out of me:)
A side note: sometimes my postings work and sometimes they don't. Occasionally what I write is saved and sometimes parts disappear without my knowledge and I go back to publish and send and half what I wrote is missing.
This is the second time writing this post so it's not quite as dramatic as the first time!
... every once in a while, the larger of the two gives us the “stink eye.” It’s the look that says, “A little privacy, please!” Allen takes several photos from his position on the walk. Others venture closer to the animals, but they don’t get too close. More people begin to join us, so we decide to leave the moose and move on.
We finally find the Sleeping Indian on the mountain. The Sleeping Indian is a ...