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... what we was munching on seeing as we'd hardly put anything in there but the morning light revealed Paulie's used tea bag on the floor with tiny bites out of it - so it seemed I was sharing the room with two tea fans!
This morning was the 4th July, and we had a big day ahead of us. First we had to devour the homemade muffins Linda had left out for us with copious amounts of tea, then ...
... We were all tired and hungry and just wanted a quick meal before falling into bed. The Cowboy Village was on the edge of town and had a bunch of little log cabins. We had one of the individual cabins with a living room area, bathroom and separate bedroom. These were really nice and I’d recommend them, especially if you’re traveling with kids, when a separate bedroom always comes in handy.
So we're finally here and ready to begin our Yellowstone adventure!
... I also got to see my first moose!! Although it was a female one so it didn't have antlers. There was quite a few other wild animals we got to see as well like deer and a marmot. We arrived at camp around 6pm and Drew yet again managed to get us 1 cabin for 4 people and the family who owns the campsite let the rest of us stay in their converted loft area. While dinner was being made Drew, Lexx, Mabs, Yuni and I went to the local supermarket to stock up on food as we're ...
... was a complete gift, unplanned and simply the fastest way to get to my next destination. The ride into Bighorn was all accent peaking at above 9,000 feet, I stop a lot for pictures and to absorb the beauty. The decent leads me into the Forrest, one of the United States oldest National Parks. I could have stopped a thousand times for pictures today, waterfalls and canyons around every turn. The ride was exhilarating, suggested speed limits for curves posted as low as 15 ...
... now. I guess our people wanted us outside, because they ushered us out when we got inside. We fooled them because we came right back in again.
It sure is fun visiting Tux and having the opportunity to run free for a while. In the campgrounds I have to be on a leash “at all times” so being off it is a real treat. Tux has dug a couple of holes near the gate in the fence and when his people are ...