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The north entrance into Yellowstone was the only open one so late in the season. No Old Faithful viewing. However, the northeast road to Cooke City was open .... And bison, elk, coyote and antelope sightings kept us entertained. It's obvious the land and roads are owned by the huge, lumbering bison. Elk freely roamed through the northern little town. We all took way toooo many pics and are ...
... onto the highway for the final four to ensure we got there before sun down. When we arrived at the site, it was pretty clear it was no longer maintained by any park or forest service, but there was a sign: 'Camping strongly discouraged due to grizzly bears'! On the final mile of the climb, we had caught up with Candice, another cycle tourer planning to stay at the site. We conferred on what to do and agreed we were out of options. Light was running out and it would soon be dark ...
... saw none! We did however:
- take a lovely walk around Trout Lake and saw 4 trout and fishermen (or fisher people to be politically correct?) in fantastic lilos,
- had a walk through wildflowers,
- saw more interesting, albeit smelly geysers,
- watched many Biscon,
- saw pronghorn playing, and
- shared our picnic with a Bison.
... panning side to side for animals. I actually had begun to think I was just about through the park and so grateful to be thinking about parking somewhere and sleeping soon when I saw 2 little globes of light ahead...Out of seemingly nowhere this hugh form appears and my first thought was: What the HELL Is an elephant doing on the road!!! As I slammed on my brakes and swerved as much as this little narrow 2 lane road would allow...You have ...
... from Ashton they got. Oh well, it's vacation, right?) She said Gayle was on her way back to Ashton to rendezvous with us.
We met up with Gayle coming down Idaho 47 less than a mile after we left the minimart, and she gave us the "skinny" on the road ahead of us (having just come back down it). She said it wasn't bad until you got to the hill at warm springs, then there were at least two or three killer hills. We ...