From the blogger at The Toronto Sun.
I planned our trip to Yellowstone National Park last-minute, and my family was divided over whether we should camp or stay in a hotel or cabin.
In the end, we couldn’t find either. Everything was booked.
With visions of us trying to pitch a tent in the dark next to angry bison, I reluctantly coughed up $150 a night at the only place I could find that wasn’t an overpriced motel: Yellowstone Under Canvas, a “glamping site” a few miles outside the park’s west entrance.
I wasn’t sure what to expect. Glamping — a blended word for glamorous camping — was something I knew existed but had never considered trying.
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