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Flew to Jackson Wyoming today to embark on a 7 day tour of 2 great National Parks . Grand Teton and Yellowstone . Plus a little fly fishing. Landed and found concerned airport personnel viewing a powder leaking out of my suitcase . Anthrax? Cocaine ? . No . Sally had packed her Benefiber in my suitcase and it exploded enroute. Drove into park and …
Birds chirping and the horizon glowing, I inch the truck quietly out of the campground. Taking a right, I immediately start scanning the edges of the road and open meadows for signs of movement. I have giggled in the past that if I hadn't chosen a career in teaching, "wildlife spotter"
might have been the next best choice. Blind as a bat up close, somehow, I can spot movement in a landscape like a raptor searching for breakfast. This morning, it wouldn't take an eagle ...
As we were based in West Yellowstone, we were within driving distance to Yellowstone National Park, but also to the Grand Tetons National Park. The Grand Tetons are a mountain range that are part of the Rocky Mountains. Here's a fun fact for you: apparently there are no foothills in the Tetons because they are too young a mountain range to have rock eroded (which is how foothills are formed). Anyway, we went ...
Sorry for the late entry! Wasn't able to post last night so I am doing it now.
Yesterday we started from our hotel in West Yellowstone, Montana, and drove 2 hours through Yellowstone to make it down to Grand Teton National Park. We spent about four hours down there and we absolutely loved it! My mom and I seem to really appreciate whenever there is a lake in front of a mountain range (we find it much more beautiful than ...
For breakfast we made a batch of coffee over the propane grill. It wasn't half bad for the first time. Even attracted some campers who forgot their own tools to make a pot and shared a cup with them.
We packed up and left the campground around 10:30 making our way towards the south entrance of the park by taking the scenic route around the east side. On this drive we saw the Mud Volcano and Yellowstone lake along with a herd ...