Signal Mountain Campground
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On Monday, September 8th we drove down through Yellowstone to Grand Teton National Park and found that most of the campgrounds in the Tetons also seemed to be full. However, the very kind manager at Signal Mountain campground (who happened to be English) took pity on us and offered us an unofficial site with no table or fire ring for 1 …
After waking up at the campsite, we had a breakfast of eggs and bread.
The plan for the day was to go to the jenny lake area. We decided to take a boat across the lake and hike from then onwards. This was peak season, so we had to wait in the line a bit, but once we got onto the boat, it was a nice ride across the lake. The lake is calm …
... to stay 100 yards away from a bear and how FAST they can move. They swam about 200 yards from shore to shore and did not slow down once!
Continued with our paddle and got out to the edge of the inlet and heading into the open water when we saw something swimming in the water near the big island out in the lake. What was it this time? Why a deer swimming in the water! It came to shore and moved into the woods. Not sure if it ...
... for it to blow and it did put on a good show. There were about 2000 people lined up to watch it. The wild life was cool with the buffalo being the best. They just go where ever they want to and you have to give way to them as they could do some damage if they wanted to. We saw Elk but I didn't get to see Yogi. I was so disappointed so instead I went and bought some coasters with bear on them. The a yellowstone lake is beautiful, but cold and there are camp sites all over the place. ...