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Travel Blogs from West Yellowstone
Were you paying attention in the previous post?
If so you will remember I mentioned a cunning plan to solve the problem of all that driving for Kevin when exploring Yellowstone. Well, my solution was to Glamp ... I know that a few of you may know or guess what Glamp / Glamping is, but for those of you with no idea - it's short for …
... as many at 15-20 seen in this valley… Some of the locals who get here all the time can identify them and have given them names… with the wind blowing and the outside temperature in the mid 30’s we really didn’t spend a lot of time… we looked at the ...
... cars, probably all campers and lodgers like Scott and Susan who arrived before the shut down.
We pick up Scott and Susan and double back, adding about 100 miles to our planned route. Along the way we see some more Bison and Elk and snap a few more photos - don't tell anyone; the park is officially closed.
Our new route takes us up and over the Teton Pass into Jackson, WY. Like a stagecoach driver of yesteryear, ...
... to to old faithful first by a jackknifed and also by a herd of bison We just arrived to. See it stop erupting. So we waited one hour to see it blow its top. And it was very steamy . Then when we got back to the RV everybody was super ...
... for the eruption. It was amazing to watch. We went to other smaller geysers and mud volcanoes...the sulphur smell was a bit strong in areas. We followed Maddison river for awhile and also seen lake Yellowstone ...huge lake ...can follow it right around. We also viewed a great waterfall. We completed the lower loop of the park. Lots of people fly fishing in the river beds...and on the banks. We did get to see any bear today..they are up the mountains collecting ...
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