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We were up early again, so we could squeeze in some extra holiday by driving through Yellowstone Park through the South Entrance and on through the Grand Tetons.
We were very lucky to see a moose and calf just opposite our cabins, by the river. That was at around 7am and was a really lovely moment. After that, as we were quite early we saw bison, deer and elk on the way to Fishing Bridge, in the park. Usually we see very little ...
... grizzlies and mountains. Teton Lake with the sharp, jagged, glacier covered peaks make a scene that seems like a fake man made dreamland. It looks like the places often pictured on puzzles. But it's real and dominated our drive for 40 more miles. The sun was setting quickly as we raced through the sagebrush filled southern part of the park. We passed a few pronghorn in the fields, but my aim was the moose we often see along the Gros Ventre ...
... inflatable boats.
Our family took up most of the 10 person boat along with two couples from Illinois and Michigan. Our guide, Carson, took great care of us. One of the fun options they described on their website was a "Junior River Guide" program so of course I knew our boys would be interested in that. Carson was a good sport and explained that it involved 1) spotting and counting the Bald Eagles we saw; ...
... hot springs. The drive was dusty, but the grey mountains with green trees against the blue sky made up for it. Once we got to the hot spring (GraniteSprings) we walked up a dirt path above a running creek through some trees a reached a cabin and a fenced in pool. The pool was surrounded on one side by grey rock, and the other side was mountains, trees, and bright skies. The water felt warm at first, but I fell in and the ...
... to see if one would show up. We spent some time talking with an interesting man who was there to photograph the moose. He had been a professional photographer in the NBA, had visited places all over the world and had spent 5 years living on a boat in the carribean. He lives in Colorado and gave us travel tips for when we were in Colorado. After an hour our hunger outweighed our patience and we left without spotting the moose.
We ended the day with ...
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