Got up this morning intending to go see more of Yellowstone, however the weather still sucked, and I just couldn't motivate myself to go do battle with the traffic. As it was it took me over an hour to do the 20 miles to the North entrance.
I'd decided to stay in Butte, MT, which would be an easy drive leaving me lot's of time to rest and relax, yet still put me within reach of Crescent Bar, WA tomorrow. On the way to Butte I saw a sign for Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park, since I had lot's of time and was feeling a little guilty for blowing off the rest of Yellowstone, I decided to go. The tour was a very pleasant surprise. The cave was very well decorated with tons of beautiful formations. The tour was informative, interesting, and entertaining. I wasn't expecting much, seeing as how I'd just been to Mammoth, Jewel, and Wind caves, but these held they're own.
Lucky me, there is a High School Wrestling tournament in Butte this weekend, hence no rooms, I did find a room in nearby Rocker.