Tower Fall Campground
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Bright and early in the morning of Thursday, September 4th we set off for Yellowstone, driving in through the Northeast Entrance, and then along the beautiful Lamar Valley. We found another lovely campsite, this time at Tower Fall Campground.
We spent 4 amazing days in Yellowstone and we could write pages and pages, and still not describe …
... to as Yellowstone's Grand Canyon. Then the animals came out to play! We saw HUNDREDS of buffalo! Some were loners eating or resting close to the roads others in large packs with their young. Other animals spotted were an elk, osprey (a falcon-like bird), pronghorn, trumpeter swans, a coyote, and the grandest of all... a mama black bear and her two young cubs strolling through a pasture! Today ...
... our fair-share of "Catch Phrase" and “20 Questions.” Our first leg of the drive today was through the Big Horn Mountains. They are absolutely majestic! The forest is incredibly thick and the roads are lined with purple and yellow wildflowers. Rivers seem to run wild and the area is peppered with kid camps. At least the children of WY have that going for them! As soon as we exited the mountains we were ...
... this tour--bison, herds of elk, a bald eagle, and a wolf. Seeing the wolf was the most exciting because there are only about 140 in Yellowstone and it is very unusual to get a glimpse of one. We are still waiting to see a bear!!!
We returned to our Winnie and had spaghetti dinner with Trisha and Henry. We pull out tomorrow and head north. ...