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... full swing.
Shortly after the gate, we entered the town of West Yellowstone
MT eager to find a laundromat and possibly a shower. There were numerous hotels, motels and
Yellowstone tour businesses in town. We
got directions to a laundromat and rode around to find one for a few minutes
. We did and while doing our laundry, we
realized we had cell service so we caught up on messages and then compiled our blog
... night so we slept through most of the trains. The ride down was scenic all of the way, and the heat soon dissipated to the cooler climes with a little rain. Fort Collins was a very lovely town with lots of cafes, art and even a real coffee shop. We had yummy salads for lunch served by Tiffany at the Blind Pig. The tourist information at Fort Collins was excellent and we managed to change our flights to get to San Fran earlier, unfortunately the city has a ...
Chris continued to drive another 130 kms to Fort Collins, Colorado so we could get a jump on the big drive to Grand Teton National Park some 750 kms away. The KOA campground Chris found on the GPS was conveniently located not far from the interstate but it was next to a horse paddock so there were loads of flies and when the wind changed the smell was so bad you had to close all the doors and windows. We were all too tired to move so we just ate, did laundry and ...
... may remember from last Sunday), followed, possibly, by brunch with my dad and my brother, who are in town for the Lepidopterists' Society Meeting. They are as difficult to get a hold of as our suitcase is to pack, however (hotel phone message system failed), and they may have meetings in the morning, so that may not come off. Then we're on the plane and back to Philadelphia.
I posted photos with the relevant field notes in the captions.
... an eye on their house until their return on Friday.
I took a walk on the trail and got a few shots of the area. There were several fishermen on the shore wearing winter clothing. I felt remotely out of place in my shorts, sandals and straw hat. Nobody said anything about it though. Friendly folks, these Wyomingians.
The wind ebbed and flowed throughout the afternoon and settled down by dark. There are only four ...