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We had two long days of driving to get to Yellowstone. The first night we stopped in Rawlins, Wyoming. The campground was clean and had full services but was completely devoid of trees and was basically a parking lot! We had a late and very mediocre meal at a restaurant nearby and were in bed as soon as we got back to the camper. Unfortunately, yesterday, Reig and ...
... to Switzerland: the answer is jus over 1/5th! We drove off south towards Teton National Park. The lake at Teton is beautiful and there are lots of activities at the park. We do not have time to stay - we drive through to Jackson, WY. Despite being very touristic (or maybe because of it?) we ...
The drive through Wyoming was very boring, just rolling, grassy hills - very few trees. Did see quite a few antelope, though, but they weren't playing, just grazing along the side of the road. First time we've EVER seen antelope! It started raining in the afternoon, ...
... friends in Illinois as
well as our home town, New Martinsville, WV. We are so glad to hear
that none of you were lifted off to Oz! I close with this, Stay calm,
this is only a minor bump in life. Those who loved you yesterday are
still with you today and will still love you tomorrow.
The first few miles of I-15 were
through the foothills and prairie, not a lot out there. After a stop
at Goodwill, in Pocatello to refresh ...
... the royal wedding was replaying on TV and so I settled in for the night. Jon reappeared around midnight, accompanied by his usual drunken sailor walk and hiccups. He took a few steps inside smiling happily saying he had been drinking whiskey with Jed – I didn’t actually need to be told since I could smell it on his breath from across the room. He struggled to get his coat and shoes off, hiccupping all the while. I turned my attention back to the TV when ...