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 …
... rest of the day, bugs must have taken a nap. Next it was off to the Upper and Lower falls. The Upper Falls is only 120 ft tall while the Lower Falls is over 310 ft. Artist point was our first stop but it is about half mile from the lower falls. It is a beautiful spot that I remember well from my other two trips to the park. Then it was on to the brink of the ...
... 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 ...
... their homes. Either way, they are impressive! It works out great for us because we have never had to wait for a shower. Our humble abode suits us fine, but we do feel a bit like the Beverly Hillbillies when we come rumbling in. Johanna and Kaitie have become masters at steering good ol’ S.E. It’s been nice having four of us taking time behind the wheel. Harry’s job has been to help entertain the driver. We ...