A Teton Tree House
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... and hills we had to edge down. We crossed some creeks (my horse enjoyed literally leaping over them). We stopped for lunch atop a large butte and enjoyed the spectacular view. On our way back home we even forded the river. Alex noted proudly that neither of us contracted dysentery or died from malaria – a contrast to one of our favorite childhood computer games, The Oregon Trail. Gas stations stopped at: 4 Miles traveled from Wall, SD to Red Hills Ranch: 976 Time in the ...
... During the days the temperature is in the
high twenties, but at night it cools down to around 15 C.
in the Yellowstone N.P. for three days. It was an unforgettable experience, the
geysers and water falls and canyons have to be seen, see photos. Unfortunately
it was very crowded with tourists; the buses loaded with Chinese came as early
as 7.00 to the sites, the parking places and campgrounds full. So July is not
the best time to visit ...
... We got settled, had some dinner then Sevi made one of his great campfires, which we sat around drinking and talking until late into the night.
Today (Monday 7th July), was a rest day, (yes I can hear all of you laughing at the thought of us needing a ‘rest day’ but Severin had driven a lot and we wanted to take a day out from driving I mean!!!) ;-) So we had a chilled walk to the Lake and then came back for dinner and another lovely night around the ...
... turn of the 19th century. These homesteaders settled east of Blacktail Butte on clustered farms to share labor, and to start a community. The first Mormons came from Idaho in the 1890s. After this stop, these groups headed to the Granite Canyon trailhead. On the way, they were lucky to spot a great gray owl. The Granite Canyon was formed over 15,000 years ago by a glacier that created u-shaped valley. While on the trail you can ...
... on the way he saw a trampoline jumping high harness thing which has done before in Australia so I let him go on it before lunch. We had lunch from a nice café in the main complex and ate outside in the sun while we watched Zach have a ball on the playground with another boy and people setting up a stage for a music festival that night.
We left around 3pm and drove to the Lizard Creek campground on the top end of Jackson Lake so we would be closer to Yellowstone for the drive the next ...