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... I won't make too many jokes about him, other than the fact that he is an amazing miniature horse and that everyone should love him!
We continued about two more hours down the road towards Yellowstone. As we were driving, the climate changed from a grassy plain to a piney wilderness lined with the Grand Teton mountains. Soon after, we found ourselves in Montana and in the small resort town of West Yellowstone. This area was really cute, lined with kitschy little ...
... of us, plus Tim, the guide hiked up to the very top. Definitely a feeling of achievement! We then headed back to camp, the campsite is on the edge of a lake, really lovely setting, so had a quick swim, it was refreshing, but very cold, so it was quite a quick swim. Tim cooked BBQ for dinner which was lovely, so another brilliant day! We are now heading back to Yellowstone, to drive through before heading to the Grand Teton national ...
... mix of yellow, pink and orange colors from top to bottom. From our high vantage point we had impressive views of the Upper and Lower falls. Our hike then looped away from the canyon for a return trip to the parking lot. Signs at the trailhead indicated we were entering bear country and should be in groups of three or more. A couple asked to join us so they would have safety in numbers. We were happy to oblige. Pagwah was from Iran and Annette was ...
... the road. Hot springs and geysers are so prevalent, it's a good thing Old Faithful is early on the road because you may just skip the crowd and go see one of the many others. We saw more wildlife here: a LARGE bull elk, a large male grizzly from a distance, numerous deer and elk, and an adult black bear.
Tons of wildlife and both really awesome parks. Tomorrow we head into Montana to Camp for a day before heading to Glacier National Park.
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Wow what a beautiful park this was, on the river, which was running very high because of the amount of rain they've gotten, was manicured and friendly. Loved it. Went to the Bighorn Sheep Interpretive Center, and Museum, and then beat it west along RT 26, climb, climb, climb...here we go again to the Togwotee Pass, at 9,865 feet. Holy ****!!!! Down we ...
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