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... bad and we were also told of the yellow-bellied marmots that we should be able to see as they have quite a healthy population of them and also we were informed there were 200 steps to the top of the Pillar and it provided an amazing viewpoint. All was accurate. At first I didn't see any of the marmots as Denis was ahead and he would see them and then they would scurry away. On the way down, he suggested I lead but soon I ...
... today heading east across Oregon, Washington, Idaho panhandle, and into Montana as far as Missoula. We have joined Yogi Bear at Jelly Stone RV Park as our destination for the night. There are lots of kids here but the folks are friendly. We are happy to be on our way ...
... of water but we couldn't go to Yellowstone without seeing it and we're glad we did!
Gibbon Falls were beautiful and on our drive to the Norris Geyser Basin we saw some more bison and deer. The Mammoth Hot Springs area had a huge herd of elk, some with large antlers, and one even walking through the parking lot. The Visitor Center was interesting and had a large display about the animals in the ...
... here. On top
of that, maybe I can inspire some of you readers to get up off the
couch and plan a trip to that one country that you've always wanted
to visit. Travel is one of the most rewarding things that you can do
in life, so get up and go.
sign off on this blog, I will share with you the mantra that I will
attempt to carry with me for this journey: "Wherever you go,
that's where you're at" Meaning that you just have to roll ...
... several times!)
- Rosebud Mtns
- Little Bighorn Battlefield
- Sitting Bull's Camp
- Crazy Mountains
- Huge oil & gas refineries (at least 3) around Billings
- Madison Mtns
- Absaroka Mtns
- Beartooth Mtns
- Gallatin National ...