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... from Cook Valley who has a home in Big Sky, MT. Joan Norton has been here for a month or so and discussed making this stop and have pulled it off. She has her dog Bailey with her and she says he doesn't want to go home. We're not sure who doesn't want to go home. We chat for awhile, take a few pictures which are included, and then say our good-byes and head on to West Yellowstone.
... afternoon nap though, he woke up in Mark's lap in front of the Old Faithful geyser, mere minutes before it erupted. "Did I miss anything else?" he asked. He hadn't.
After watching Old Faithful erupt, we visited the nearby Old Faithful Inn, a beautiful, giant log cabin with a four-story lobby. We treated ourselves to ice cream ...
... other colors also, including yellow, orange, brown, and green.
By this time, it was getting late and the kids had had enough of geysers and walking. We made it back to the campground by about 845. We had a dinner of soup and bread, with a nice campfire and s'mores. This is the last scheduled camping stop for this trip. It did not seem like enough. The night was pretty cold, but it looked like everyone slept ...
... 8217;s picnic tables.
We took I-90 northwest past Sheridan to Route 14 (not Alt. 14). What a beautiful drive! The mountains are gorgeous teeming with purple, yellow, and white wildflowers. We stopped at Shell Falls. There is a short walking path around this area. It’s worth the extra 10 minutes to walk it.
We entered Yellowstone National Park through the east entrance. Immediately upon entering, we found a snow pile at a turnoff area. A man had made a ...
... seeing any critters. It was a bit more than 80 degrees, but that is really hot for the critters. We saw very little until we were headed back to our campground. Animals cause traffic jams. Half the time, we don't stop because it is for a bison or female elk, which are extremely common. But this one was for a grizzly bear! Grant, of course, jumped right out to take pictures. Afterwards, home for the ...
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