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... River churns at the valley's center. About ten miles down is my favorite place to camp around here , the KOA Livingston. I had reservations for a tent site. The place has clean facilities, a huge playground for the kids, and (rare for a KOA) beautiful setting on the river. Right behind our tent was a field of thick grass and trees where mule deer mothers were hiding their fawns. I wore the kids out in the pool, shaved, and was off to ...
... pure fiction but we will have to stay alert to both the fire hazards as well as
movement of wildlife due to the fires. We hope that the haze abates so that we will have better Kodak moments.
After not getting enough sleep, driving 356 miles, and
having another hot afternoon; we were all grouchy and enjoyed snapping at each
other at least until our bellies were filled with another one of ...
At about five thirty we had turned off the main loop at Yellowstone on the way to the Fountain Pot, a bubbling pool of hot mud and sulphur. Emma saw something out the window. I braked the car and we ran for it. Over the line of shrubs it was a white spire. As we rounded the loop of the trail, we saw it clear: the Great ...
... into Cody, Wyoming - cowboy capital of the world, to celebrate Independence Day. We ate what appeared to be an entire pig on a stick (sorry vegetarians) smothered in bbq sauce, freshly squeezed lemonade and kettle corn - mainly because we could. We sadly missed the cowboys and thieves parade as it was on so early. We may catch the rodeo, but my morals scream otherwise. By Friday we had been in the park a week, already 3 days longer than anticipated, and still ...
... Rick and headed off to a place further up toward Mammoth. We decided they had not invited us to come along so we headed on up toward Mammoth.
Drove on to Mammoth campground and got ourselves a campsite and then decided to drive on into Gardiner and take a bike ride and do some blogging. Were putting our bikes together when Bob Landis drove up ...
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