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Posting this entry friday morn, we finally got a signal on our way out. We just returned back to camp from being out all day, its around 5pm. Happy Birthday Abby! Sorry, i havent had much a signal out here. Did you look up Yellowstone on the computer yet? Started at Artists point on the south rim of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The timing wAs right as we got there before the rush. We joined the paparazzi for pics at the point, then immediately headed out on the trail ...
We woke before sunrise and I made Roz and the boys a hearty breakfast. We thought we would get an early start for our last day in Yellowstone and head for Lamar Valley once again for animal spotting.
Lamar is becoming our favorite part of the park. Its known for its large herds of bison, antelope and is home to the Yellowstone wolves, grizzlies, elk and mountain goat. Entering the park we came upon a large bull elk and his harem just off the roadway. Even at ...
... ground rules before we set off. We weren't going to stop for a single bison and not even for a herd. We decided we were only going to stop for a large herd of bison if it had at least one large bull, a number of calves, and they were right along side the road. OK. Well that took about 5 minutes. Tick. What we hadn't factored in to our agreement was that the bison might have other ideas - and they did. Several times we had to stop as a herd of bison just decided to casually stroll ...
... up… we’d normally burn about 1 ½ gal of propane a day at these temperatures as well as a gallon of gas for the gen set… keeping the place warm… so with the safety of leaving the RV all day and keeping it warm to come home to… we’ve decided on the RV ...
... people remain focused on the fountain display and miss the "sky on fire" that makes it look like a giant wilderness fire is descending upon us.
Bill and I head back to the bus in West Yellowstone in the dark.
Of course, Yellowstone is famous for it's animal sightings, and we were pretty happy with the results. Our species tally includes:
Not your average Monday by far.