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Travel Blogs from Cody
... doing it - and he is 84! Eric kept us entertained with some history of the park, the geology, the Blackfeet tribe, the Red Bus itself, and of course with jokes that I am sure all the Jammers tell.
This tour is the way to go as you let the experienced driver handle the road which is extremely narrow and winds up and over the Continental Divide. With the roof of the bus pulled up and all the windows open the ...
... scittered cheekily around anyone they thought might be a source of food.
Here's a thing. If you ever come here to Yellerstone, and you want to see something in particular, make sure that you know where to go before you set out. The signage on the roads in the park tell you how to get where you need to go when you get there. Bloody annoying! What else.. Having a pretty good time. That's about it. ...
... for tonight. But that means we will be “dry camping”, which means no hookups at all. We are left to our own resources, but we have a lot of those since we are in an RV.
We left the park at 8 am and it was only 50 degrees and cloudy. As we were waiting to leave the park, some poor guy in a big RV drove past us with his electric cord hanging out of the side of his vehicle. He is going to be one sad guy when ...
... Beartooth Pass through rolling mountains, with a few stops for bison that consider the road theres. It was into Montana and a nice stop in 'Cooke City' and an off load of shopping at the PO gave us, more space in the panniers.
More road works and long waits before the pass, but oh my what a pass. It seemed to go for miles, around many of the mountains, not like other passes. ...
Surprisingly, bears do not often attack bison either. Bison attack bison and if one gorges the other with his horn, an infection sets in and the bison die. Bears are happy for the free meal. They cannot eat a whole bison carcass in one sitting so they will cover what remains with twigs and forest debris and return a while later to eat more.
I also got to ask the Ranger what you do if a bison comes near your car. You ...
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