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We woke up and went out for dunkin doughnuts for about 8 bucks and then went to the local market to stock up on ice, sandwich meat, bread, and ice. We spent a total of 25 bucks then headed out on the road again. We drove for about 4 hours then stopped for gas. We filled up, made ...
... just a few miles below us in the hand of this epic supervolcano. You must respect the founders of the national park system, starting with this place and being visionary, they are to be applauded...and we will drink to them many times on this trip. Tomorrow, we'll probably hit the south rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and take the extended hike east from artists point. Beyond that not sure at all. Might head more north to the Tower Falls area. ...
... interesting after day 5! Let's just say we're ready for a break... + Day 27. Monday 8th September. Lima to Red Rock Lakes. We've found Montana's 'Big Sky Country' and landscape to be inspiring: the endless high plateaus, soaring peaks, vast lakes and reservoirs, craggy canyons, and limitless views and horizons. But today, as we battled into a horribly strong headwind for the first thirty miles of the day from Lima to Red Rock Lakes, looking out onto miles and miles of vast ...
We got on the road just before 8am today. Definitely cooler last night as it got down to 43 degrees. However, it is sunny and warm this morning. A great day to be on the road. We once again headed north on I-15. We have been on the same interstate since Riverside, CA and will travel 800 miles before taking another road. I-15 through Utah is fantastic. Mostly straight, with ...
... lodge built around the same era as Timberline lodge. We also drove down Fire Hole Canyon. Saw a swimming hole that was way too crowded. We also saw a Bison so of course that was a photo op! Made it home in time for a plate of spaghetti. Who knows what tomorrow will ...