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... br> home cooked, out of the box, dinners. We
were so out of it today, that not one of us took any pictures. We continue to
really enjoy each others company, it’s just that sleep depravation has taken
its toll, but with a good nights sleep things will be brighter in the morning.
Tomorrow we will be in the park with our campsite being almost central in the park on the northern edge of Yellowstone ...
... in the mailmans van. We spent the day reading and relaxing, I read an entire book and cried through most of it (sad book). Matt and I are learning a lot about each other being together 24/7 (ie. not much makes me cry, but give me a sad book or movie and I am a blubbering mess). I have learnt he has the patience of a saint regardless of the obstacles and some other toilet humour you need not hear about. Not one bad word spoken between us the entire trip. Yeah yeah I hear ...
... is a newly forming pack from what I can understand. It was either 889 or 890 according to them. Good enough for me.
This sighting happened very close to the Floating Island so we drove there to turn around. We stopped and looked at the waterfowl and were pleasantly rewarded with some ruddy ducks swimming around. Love those blue bills!
Managed to get turned around and went looking for what all the ...
... some chatter going on about one of the bison having died. It hasn't moved the entire day so it's pretty certain. Now this might sound grim, but in parks like this - where nature runs its course - a caracas is a real source of excitement for spotters. As it attracts a lot of flesh eating animals it should quickly become a sightseeing opportunity.
Since it's afternoon and hunters like wolfs and bears are most active in the morning, we decide to check it out ...
... br> We make it to the park entrance! Now there's only like 70 miles left. Since it's all at speeds of 45mph (and slower) it will still take some time. Right away we start seeing wildlife - Elks drinking at a pond. Everyone slams on the brakes to be able to take pictures. I continue driving. Sandy states pretty disappointed: I thought you were going to stop? I reply that she can rest assured, there will be plenty more beasties to see the next days. ...
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