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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
... beef and bison on the menu, and usually other game meat, such as elk or antelope. We currently are cuddled up in the tent with long sleeves, a sleeping bag rated to 30 degrees, and a blanket. It's warm underneath all that, but very cold otherwise (probably low 50s right now)! The day was mostly warm (in the 70s), though there was a cool breeze at times, especially with the clouds...definitely a bit different from the weather in ...
... on the road to the South Entrance or in our case, exit!
The next challenge for me, a photographer who hasn't met a mountain yet that I don’t want to take 10 pictures of at each turn out, was to stick to the drive. After a few other stops, we made it to the Snake River turnout! Famous since this is the spot from which Ansel Adams took the famous picture of the ...
... 8230;. But nice and close enough for the spotting scope… So I grabbed the tri-pod and the spotting scope and got it set up… the ram (male) was nice sized… the horns were ¾ of a curl… a nice size male… so we sat and ate lunch… and would get up and watch ...
After only 20 miles of Interstate riding, (from Glacier to Yellowstone) I turn south on highway 191 and follow the beautiful, twisty, Gallatin River to West Yellowstone. Given the rain probability and my rain luck, I booked a small cabin at KOA and dried out my tent and slightly damp sleeping bag. As soon as I set up my tent, it began to cloud up and sprinkled a bit. I took the tent down and the clouds dissipated (true story!). ...
... many disciplines. I am merely a poly-interested, tinkering with curiosity on the edges of all kinds of things. In this place I could put some of my actual knowledge to work. The geography of Yellowstone is a treat. Ancient and currently active geothermal landscapes, glacial valleys, biodiversity, geology, climate and all the interconnectedness that comes with it. There is also the human story of visitors, locals, seasons and photographs. Bikers on ...
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