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... that happened......just under 8 miles done in two hours and 40 minutes or so. We missed Johnna today. It just isn't the same when the whole gang isn't there but we enjoyed the weather and the trail. It was really nice to be on a dirt path today. The past couple of walks we have done have been on the city trail system which is nice in many ways but the cement pavement ...
... that it was only 7AM and I was not really ready for a 3 mile hike. I really thought that I would be going a few hundred yards at most before a gold painted statue of the Buddha would appear before me. It was not to be. The trail took me close to two miles before it gave way to a moment of Awe. Standing 180 feet tall in the middle of nowhere was a golden monument constructed in the honor of the Buddha. It was breathtaking. It seemed that I was all alone as I made my way ...
... river with Elk walking
was time to go camp. As we were setting up we started noticing our surroundings
and in every direction there was a fabulous view. Stewart made a campfire and
we relaxed as it turned dark outside.
We are planning to leave Rocky Mt. National Park today so we will be doing one of our last hikes. We are going to hike Ouzel Falls a recommendation from JT. He knew Stewart was into birds and ...
... full swing.
Shortly after the gate, we entered the town of West Yellowstone
MT eager to find a laundromat and possibly a shower. There were numerous hotels, motels and
Yellowstone tour businesses in town. We
got directions to a laundromat and rode around to find one for a few minutes
. We did and while doing our laundry, we
realized we had cell service so we caught up on messages and then compiled our blog
... in the strangely difficult task of trying to fit everything back in the suitcase. Since neither one of us bought anything larger than a postcard (well, maybe a refrigerator magnet), everything we are trying to put in actually came out after we got here, so it should be easier than it seems to be. Well, we have all evening.
We have one more fun junket tomorrow: a wildlife tour at the Rocky Mountain Arsenal National Wildlife Refuge ...