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Just some ramblings while i sit here at camp about 7:30pm just getting dark. Homer is crashed in his tent taking a nap. ...... The flap is wide open and he is snoring .... Keeping the bears away. Right now i am listening to one of my favoritie albums on my iphone and small portable speaker.. R. Carlos Nakai & William Eaton with the Black Lodge Singers - Ancestral Voices. If you are into Native American music its a must get. We might tonight head out on ...
Currently in rhe town of west yellowstone to get a bite to eat and a good signal. After OF we went back to the prismatic pool and hiked south of it up a steep hill. Wow. We hit some nice waterfalls and will be heading back to camp soon. Saw an elk bull and cow right alongside the road and the usual paparazzi. Tonight we might got for a late night hike back to Norris basin for milkyway photos, headlamps and bear spray in hand. Ok, buffalo burger just ...
... the Continental Divide for the 7th time at Red Rock Pass (7,120 feet) and left Montana to enter Idaho. Montana has been amazing in terms of landscape and people, but it was nice to tick off this point on our journey. From here the riding was mostly downhill or flat. After some awesome single track through the Idaho forests, we stopped at the Sawtelle Resort to get supplies for the next two and a half days - and treated ourselves to a coke and crisps - and reached the ...
... we drove to Salmon Lake SP. We set up camp and played horseshoes . Ian threw some for his first time and did quite well! We cooked up some fillet mignon with rosemary potatoes and arugula salad for the birthday fest. Then...it was cake and presents. Well... West Yellowstone didn't have much but we purchased a really bad cake and a nice sweatshirt for her. Tomorrow we're of to the ghost town of Garnet ...
... Falls. This was a really pretty waterfall that runs between two cliffs. Dad and Maeve wanted to climb down the cliff on our side of the falls but when Mom saw how steep it was she said “NO”. They were already half way down so she climbed down close to where they were standing to make sure she wasn’t overreacting. It was too slippery and steep with rocks below. No way was she allowing Maeve to go, and Dad agreed. So ...