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... of prairies and rivers where the bison hang out. Today we must have seen a dozen solitary bison during our ride. But, we also saw another 10 or more herds of bison. Another herd in the distance must have had 100 in it! But – hold onto your hats -after rounding a corner there was a traffic jam and then we saw another small herd of bison but these were trundling up the side of the road right next to us! It was a little bit scary as the legal ...
... celebration.... Which we are heading towards. Waiting for our pizza ...cooking across the road. We are sitting around an open fire..having a few drinks. Tomorrow we are heading through the Bear Tooth Pass to Red Lodge then onto Billings and then staying at ************tana .. This is where Custer's last stand was. So far we have travelled 3308 klms we have travelled so far ...from LA to Cooke City. Recommend Cooke City to all travellers...great sunset ...
Leaving for Yellowstone, we were full of excitement and anticipation, imagining what all we might see and experience.
Well, after about 2 hours on the road, and still about 2 hours from Yellowstone, Deena sheepishly mustered the courage to inform me that the battery in the camera had just died. We were both surprised and disappointed, as the battery charge indicator had just minutes ago indicated a 50% charge left. But, because of the fact ...
... years ago) and they appear to be doing a lot to upgrade the rooms. Ours was certainly quite adequate and served our needs fine. It was a little odd that they had a picture of Mt. Shuksan (in Washington's North Cascades) on the wall!
We had dinner at the Miner's Saloon (recommended by the proprietor of the motel); delicious salads - mine with smoked trout and Ruth's with blackened chicken. They were called Cobb salads ...
... more geyser pool and was very beautiful. We decided to head on back over Dunraven Pass through the road construction to see what was on the other side. As we were approaching where the traffic stop was, we say a construction worker on the left hand side of the road waving people to keep moving. We managed to pull off the road safely and went to look. People had reported there was a bear!
We walked over to ...
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