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... drive and we entered Yellowstone through the northeast entrance. The entire Lamar Valley was filled with bison herds. We took our time and got to watch the herds moving through the area. July and August are the rut period for bison so we saw many bulls with the herd.
We also got closeup views of a few Pronghorn. We did not realize this, but the Pronghorn is recognized as the second fastest animal on Earth, behind only the cheetah, and can reach and hold speeds ...
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I don't know when this will get posted with the sketchy wifi and cell service. I really did not think there were that many towns in the USA without cell coverage left, but we have found quite a few. Maybe that explains a few things, it seems they would rather have a gun than a cell phone. Maybe a cellphone isn't good for much out here. Who you gonna call when your car gets mauled by ...
... we missed out on - just as well we went to the Centre earlier in the day. The next stop was outside the park at a place called Silver Gate for lunch. The café we stopped at was entertaining: the waiter took our orders and not long after came storming out saying he had just quit and that he had had enough of the ***** and was leaving! He them rolled up his apron and stormed off. Two minutes later a lady arrived bearing our meals and said ...
... Richard then stoked a roaring fire in the motel yard...we all sat around the fire...writing our blogs and booking accommodation for our next stop. Unfortunately Denise was curled up in bed...very bad chest cold. Hope she gets better soon. Denise and Pete are in one room and Richard, Julie, Al and Carol are in another...two double beds. The whole town is fully booked out. We are meeting a few bikers who have been travelling back from Milwaukee ...
... numerous, once in a lifetime, views.
All of a sudden, Deena excitedly erupts - "Look Tim, is that really a Radio Shack over there?!!!" Sure enough it was, and although they didn't have the battery we needed, because CRUSH had a 12 volt power adapter in his touring pack, we were able to purchase an adapter which fit perfectly, plug in the camera battery, and drive off from Radio Shack smiling. Actually, Deena was SO happy when the very short ...
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