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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 ...
July 21,2013 (Sunday)
Finally made it to Yellowstone National Park, 82 degrees for the high today. Went throught the North entrance under the Rosevelt Arch. What a beautifull area 2.2 million acres (thats a lot of dirt). Got to Old Faithfull about 30 minutes before it went off (WOW). Then took the walking path around Old Faithfull to see other ...
... 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 ...
... rapids. Sadly, we had to get out in the end and leave Yellowstone, crossing as we did the 45th Parallel, half way between the North Pole and the Equator. Having been to one and lived on the other, it was rather fitting for us to head to the middle line! A lovely way to end an incredible week here. Overnight in Gardiner to stock up, do some laundry (everyone out of pants!), recharge everything before heading north across Montana to Glacier National Park and beyond into ...
... they will knock sense into you.
The next stop is supposedly a good spot for seeing wolves, but coming up empty we continue the voyage.
Reaching the caracas we missed the one wolf that turned up. It got chased away by a bison and some coyotes. It seems weird that this cadaver is not really attracting attention. There are some ravens and a coyote feasting big time. When heading back it is challenged by a couple Pronghorn. It quickly gives up after ...
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