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- Arrived in Rock Springs late afternoon
- Took about 3 hours not including gas stops
- Had to pull over a couple times because my legs kept falling asleep
- Checked into my hotel
- Theres not a lot to do here so I just put in my headphones and just walked around
- Called my parents to let them know i was okay
... we still enjoyed the small detours and met some lovely people who went out of their way to give us help and advice.
Decided we wanted to see some of the OLD Miles City so off into town and into the oldest bar in Miles City circa 1898. The bar was filled with locals, some of who had probably ben there since early 1900s. Great hospitality, good beer, not bad merlot and nice food. All up $26. Got to love Montana.
... I reserved a campsite for Fri and a room at the Old Faithful Inn for Sat.
Friday evening was nice: after a long day of exploring, I settled in to a campfire and a hot meal. The campground, some 200 sites, was nearly full - a plenitude of tent campers ready to face the cold night. My sleeping bag is rated to 30 degrees; I've got thermals and layers. I live in ...
... During the night a we encountered a bear and cubs.
... the headquarters for administration of the park. Last stop was at the Old Faithful Geyser which erupts every 90 minutes - great sight to see and lots of people there. We saw 2 eruptions, the second one after a thunderstorm. We had an early dinner here in wonderful facilities and back to the Lodge by 7.45 - another long day, but what a day of waterfalls, bubbling pools, bubbling mud and geysers. The boardwalks at these venues are great.