Margo's Mountain Suite
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... met some chipmonks on the way -at least we thought they were chipmonks!
We divert off and climb to the top of bear tooth pass - at over 10000ft high it was so cold up there with snow and still on the ground. Graham one of our group who is getting on a bit, was worried whether he could get to the top on his fairly old suzuki bike so we followed him up - no problem for the old codger (the bike ...
... Luckily it didn't last too long and I could return to be laughed at by the group. A burger place for tea and on to the rodeo in the dark, something I had been looking forward to, blissful ignorance. As we arrived it was a little entertaining to watch grown men get thrown off of bulls and horses but it made us think what had they done to make the animals act like that? Probably something ...
... by a mad dash of tourists to their cars--Park Rangers call it the "Gush Rush!"
More interesting to me were the other hydrothermal features that dominated the landscape as you drive. You are often surrounded by clouds of steam that look like the ground is smoking! These may be hot springs -- like geysers but without the sudden eruptions caused by a constriction in the channels below. Often the spring water is perfectly clear and a beautiful blue; it ...
... wondered what took his so long. The elk. On our way out of the park, we held on to every curve and beautiful vista taking mental pictures along the way to remember. We searched for our bear and moose. Nothing. As you leave the West gate, you enter the Shoshone National Park. There we saw our moose and her babies. I really wanted to see a Bull Moose but no luck. On to Cody. We arrived at the Cody Cowboy Village which is a horseshoe of ...
... up there… enough to throw a scare into the most hardy and skilled riders as they navigated the narrow road, tight turns and sheer drop-offs… it’s exciting enough in the Jeep!
It was a good week for the merchants, and an editorial in the Cody Enterprise suggested the town might want to expand the events for the cyclists in the hope of attracting more. I’m sure that will make for some exciting town council ...