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Travel Blogs from Lander
- I woke up and had some homemade pancakes...my favorite!
- Said goodbye to my parents and got back on the road
- I drove for four hours and traveled 256 miles
- Filling up gas was quite embarrassing..
- The gas nozzle got stuck and started spilling everywhere!
- I had to pay for all the gas a spilled
- I ending up spending $150.00
- I'm never coming to Riverton, Wyoming ...
... question, “what’s going on tonight?” I reply “not much, just passing thru”. Conversation does not slow andit’s not long before I get reassurance that the stranger at the end of the bar is in fact not George Straight. I enjoy dinner, more beers, and rewarding conversation as the evening slips away. I get advice for my next days travels, well wishes and goodnights from the staff and retreat to my ...
... camp. Picked up a few groceries. Watched the Bucs lose 14 to 52 on Thursday night football.
Friday, Sept. 19th - West Yellowstone, MT
Visited Yellowstone National Park. Lots of road closures cut our trip short but we did visit Beryl Spring and hiked Norris Geyser Basin. We watched a coyote eating some creature near a stream and passed a buffalo walking along ...
As we approached Lander, the sun came out just as we rounded a bend overlooking Red Canyon - which lived up to its name. Unfortunately, the next day there was torrential rain, so we took a drive up into Sinks Canyon (where we planned to climb) and checked out the town.
While we were in Salt ...
... Jenny camp ground was full so we decided to choose the signal mountain camp ground. So our first destination was the camp ground. We took an open spot and then set up our tent. Soon it was time for lunch and we had lunch, which was the last batch of frozer parotas and curry and all of us relaxed in the tent. Adults slept while the kids decided to catch ...