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Coyote at snow lodge

Yellowstone for Xmas!

December 28th 2014
Enjoyed the hot/cold buffet breakfast at the Quality Inn hotel this morning. There was a wide selection of foods including cereals, waffles, bacon, yoghurt and fruit. Coffee was exceptionally good here. After checking out of the hotel we had to stop by the grocery store to pick up a few bits and pieces including some duct tape to repair my suitcase. Even though we have purchased good quality case ... read more
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1st January 2015

The Best Christmas Ever!
Now, I must go back and read your other blogs from this snowy journey! How fabulous to experience Yellowstone in the magical winter, whereas I, like most tourists, have only seen it in the easier seasons. I'm from coastal California, and like you Aussies, am enamored with the snow though I, maybe like you, found it pretty difficult when I fell in above my knees. I love that you saw so many animals even though it was winter--our California coyotes are much thinner. I must say, I was shocked at the prices (I'm a backpacker/camper), so thanks for letting me experience these grand tours, cabins and yummy meals through you. Thanks, especially, for telling of the Christmas meeting with volunteer Charlie--this could be my future position if/when I return from South America! Happy travels!
2nd January 2015

Thanks for your comments
Yellowstone is fabulous in's a bucket list thing but well worth every cent...we will go back in the summer and possibly Rv it! Glad you enjoy the blogs xx

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