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... me. I absolutely loved it here. It seems we think everyday was the best of the trip only to be topped the next day. Hopefully this trend will continue. Sadly, our plans to visit a dinosaur fossil campsite had to be changed due to lack of time and added travel distance so we've opted to go to Bear Lake in ...
... see them coming. The downside is they are huge enough to see them coming!!
We exited Yellowstone through the south right into the Grand Tetons! What a spectacular sight! We now LOVE Wyoming! The icing on the cake was the gorgeous town of Jackson Hole. There's a golf course and a spa...we are making plans to return.
That's where things got odd. We were all well and good till we saw the "Welcome to Idaho" sign! Say what?
Yep, we ...
... Yellowstone trip and Jonathan (Lynn's cousin) drove in from Reno to see everyone.
September 5th to September 12th
Norma & Les stopped over on their way to Vancouver and their cruise to Alaska and onto Japan.
FYI ... The first snow arrived on October 3rd this year.
Today we drove from Montpelier, ID to St. George, UT on our way to the Grand Canyon. We saw some beautiful, rugged prairie land, lots of hills and gorgeous, rough cliffs, as we wended our way south, through Provo, UT, east of Salt Lake City, and south into St. George. We saw lots of cattle, sheep, and horses on the prairies. This is a short blog since all we did was drive. I did get a few shots of the passing ...
... damaging to humans and to cars.
We walked up to the hot springs and walked part way up the board walk that goes all the way to the top (we did not go all the way up to the top). The weather was chilly and showery, so it was raining off and on.
After Mammoth Hot Springs, we headed down to Old Faith geyser and all the geyser basins in between. Yellowstone is built inside a volcano that erupted 640,000 years ago, hence all the hot water ...