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Colleen just turned 50 today!!! She looks absolutely amazing for being 50! But the trip isn't over yet. Things could change :). I feel pretty bad dragging her in the middle of nowhere for this huge birthday. I blame it on her parents for procreating at the wrong time. Having a baby right in the middle of camping season??? Really? LOL. Oh well...we made do. We had our ceremonial bumper sticker ...
... They said that I would have to help Maeve transfer her clips (she could not reach high enough), and I was okay with that until we got up the first obstacle and I realized that I would need someone taller to help Maeve with her clips. I had a mini panic attack until Dad told us that he would come help us, so we went down while he got his harness and went through flight school. When he came up, we all got hooked up and started ...
... t seem to be working on gas when we don't have power, and our milk going off as a result. Stocked up on petrol, cash, and food for the next 24 hours, as it's a long way from one service centre in the park to another.
By the time we'd finished all of that, it was lunchtime, and the queues for everything were out the door. Not only is Yellowstone big, it's also incredibly busy. They have supermarkets, restaurants, cafes, lodges, petrol and repair stations, RV parks, ...
... rang. It was Lea and they were just a few miles ahead getting lunch ready! We headed for lunch in the sweetest town on earth - Sugar City, Idaho. This was like going back in time to the 50's. While we sat at the picnic shelter in the City park, we saw lots of kids riding bicycles around town, and teenagers coming to the park to play tennis. The picnic tables were clean with no graffiti scratched into them! There was a ...
Today we started off by picking up a gourmet packed lunch from Subway for a picnic later in the day. Traffic was heavy entering the park but not too bad as we drove toward Mammoth Springs in the north. Saw a lot of wild life from the car. We saw a bison hitch hiking. We only stopped long enough for a up close pic. Bison and coyote's like to stop traffic while they take there time crossing roads. This was our ...