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... We'll see if it works out.
We treated ourselves to ice cream at the General Store & 3 of us went out on a limb and tried a Huckleberry Ice Cream Sandwich!!! Oh. My. Lord. It is pure heaven!
Along the way we saw lots more buffalo and elk as well as American white pelicans. No moose or otter sightings. :-( Did we mention the mosquito here are large enough to be considered wildlife? The upside to their huge size is you ...
"Out on the open road, with his elbow in the breeze... he pulled his woman to him, and gave her heart a squeeze. With the song that they'd been singin', they'd wave to the people that they passed. All along the highway they went a-wingin'; headed for their paradise [Pocatello] at last!" (from the Paul Stookey song "John Henry Bosworth").
We awoke about 7:45 after a somewhat restless night - too much excitement ...
... in Yellowstone. Then it was off to the Ruby Tuesdays opposite, where we had a brilliant evening. The bar staff in there were great, and even gave us a free dessert as it was our honeymoon! There was live music and we spent an hour chatting to a complete stranger about our trip- it's moment like this that make you want to stay! After a few cocktails and beers we decided to call it a night ready for the long drive tomorrow ...
... night and all of the stars in the clear, dark
night skies, throw in electricity, water and a dump station and you
can guess that Blackfoot Reservoir is indeed a pleasant find. I have
counted 26 species of birds in the campground not counting a couple
ducks that I haven't been able to identify yet. I understand that by
late summer this lake will be drawn down until you won't be able to
put a boat into it! So goes the water woes of the west! Just like
... I looked over to the campsite there was a bison just below the campsite. We boogied back over to Canyon Village-- good coffee in the service station there and then breakfast at the diner in Canyon Village. 12 miles or so from there we would start the next part of the lower loop, where we ended the day before.
Different country and followed along Yellowstone Lake a lot of it, surprisingly enough there are geothermal ...