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We began our day in Laramie, Wyoming. We stayed in a hotel where pets are allowed but Ruby did not tell them that we had a dog with us. So we had to sneak him in last night (easy enough). But this morning when we left, the housekeepers were already beginning to clean the rooms. Leo has a tendency to bark annoyingly when he thinks he is going to be left behind, so we were sort of worried that he would do that, we would be found out, and have to pay a $100 cleaning fee! ...
Extreme heat from a massive supervolcano underneath Yellowstone National Park is melting a major roadway at the popular summertime tourist attraction. Park officials have closed the area to visitors.
... br> antelope everywhere, western grebe, swainson hawks, western sandpiper, foresters
tern, red-naped sapsucker, macgilvrays warbler, bohemian waxwing, mt bluebirds
and many others. Lots of ducks of many species (redheads, cinnamon teal,
shovelers added to those seen this trip.)
With regrets leaving this incredible place. we departed the
Refuge at about 11 am heading south into
Idaho along the remaining 33 miles of red ...
... the supermarket for dinner. Sun was shining and light snow was falling. It is very dry snow too. Temperature still at zero degrees but wind chill is terrible. Lovely little town. Reminded us of Hokitika. Will head back to town tomorrow to check out the shops before heading to our next destination. Overnight it's going to be very cold and looking outside at 9pm shows a black car with a white dusting of powder ...
... some lovely countryside and then found a town called Dillon, so we drove across the dam and took photos of Lake Dillon.
After leaving Dillon, we headed to Grand Lake and had some lunch there. This was another small town with lots of people and mountain bikes.
We continued on and headed to the Rocky Mountain National Park. There was a fee to drive through the park of $20 per vehicle so we had to pay, as we had come too far to turn around. ...