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... a few photos as we travel, as usual. The Blog will flow too as we see new and even old interesting things that might be of interest. If you'd like to see the new motorhome, let me know and I'd be glad to do a walk-through with you.
In the meantime, thanks for checking in...Peace.
... and some information, which included a picture of all of the animals in the park. We tried to tick them off as we went. We spotted more longhorn elk, until we sort of lost track of the nature and begun to get more fascinated by the geysers and hot springs. It seemed that around every corner we turned there were more geysers, hot springs, bubbling mud pools and great big holes in the ground to look at. Each one was very different, and we weren’t bored at ...
... ascent! There is no way any human being on a loaded bike - or any bike for that matter - could have ridden this section. We finally escaped the forest and rode through the town of Basin. Perhaps a coke? Or a coffee? Or maybe a cake as reward for our morning? No, instead all there was was a shed called Dynamic Change offering spiritual healing and the chance to bathe in Radon infused water from the local mine. We decided against either option. After leaving Basin ...
... 2013). The IRS does make mistakes and she gladly told us the penalties would not apply!! We were so relieved that this was an easy fix but the little ham sandwich was a disappointment!! So on to Helena and the ride was an easy one. Lots of pastures with mountains in the background, cattle everywhere, huge farms, and again beautiful views. We checked into Lincoln Road RV Park and Ben drove the 4 of us in Winnie to Costco for groceries. We had ...
... on where you are from. In her home
town of West Yellowstone it snows 25 feet a year on average. Helena got
about a foot and a half during one storm and usually has bout 6 inches
on the ground.
It was a very long day and we were hungry so we
ordered out from Chili's. Tom had a chicken Caesar salad, Lisa had a
chicken fiesta salad and we shared a bowl of turkey Tortilla ...