Quinn's Hot Springs Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are a new welcome addition). From then on it got tougher. We rode over a high plateau into a withering head wind, at one point registering 3.5 miles an hour on a gentle incline. It was utterly soul destroying. We descended from the plateau on a steep, sandy track and then began the six mile climb up to our campsite. The wind was still killing us, and we took turns on the front to try and up our speed. Nadine rode like a Jens Voigt trooper on the front, but unfortunately ...
... night. As we mounted the sled to return, I realized too late that I had left my D7100 camera hanging from my neck and exposed to the storm. By the time we stopped, it had accumulated a nice crust of snow and ice. However, no leaks, no damage.
I met our tour director, Jim Sundby, and 22 other companions for the next week at Tauck's welcome reception and dinner that ...
... but that was like a zoo! Glad we saw the one grizzly when first drove in. The landscape through the park is worth the drive, albeit not 14 hours. We did view Old Faithful erupt. The colored sulphur pools were an amazing blue. Teddy Roosevelt is given credit for preserving the land and the park development. It is an American treasure! With the exception of not seeing lots of wildlife we were not disappointed. Yellowstone, check ...
... missing trees. We have seen deer, cows, horses, a hawk, and a buffalo farm with about 20 or so grazing and laying in the grass. Not all that exciting, and the road kill has just about dried up. We have seen 2 nice size deer that didn't make it across the road, but they just don't fit in the freezer no matter how hard I push!
We pass the site of Little Big Horn's Battle (a National Monument) and today of all days they ...
... but it’s lacking a bit in that respect.) So in the spirit of outdoor adventure we took a three-mile hike from Sun Point to Saint Mary’s Falls. We must have taken another hundred photos along this scenic trail which takes you around a lake surrounded by the mountains of Glacier. After the hike it was back in the car for a four-hour drive to Bozeman for the ...