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... it began
to rain, but we persevered through it to do a walking tour of the existing
buildings which made up Fort Yellowstone. With umbrella and tour map in hand,
we walked about 20 minutes through the buildings learning that some once housed
captains, officers, prisoners, cavalry troops and many others.
We finally rolled into our RV park in beautiful, scenic
Montana, found dinner, and passed out.
... along the top of the mountain. It was beautiful and the weather was perfect. My horse always wanted to be near the front of the line (first or second). Elizabeth and her horse tried to pass us by when my horse Cisco was munching some flowers. Oh no, that wasn't going to happen. He bolted to make it back in front of her horse, Blaser. Paul had Beans, Matthew had ?? and Ben had Charlie.
We grabbed a quick bite to eat and headed back to town to ...
... jam because there was 41 buffalo in a field near the road grazing and wallowing in the mud and river. So cool. Everyone was out of their cars. Including the stupids who want a picture up close with the buffalo. A guide told us they've had people try to put their children on the buffalo. What?! Though, a couple of days into the trip, I might have made that look like a fun thing to do. By the way, the kids have made a turn around since the melt ...
... they said it is cheaper there than in Yellowstone. We were so looking forward to eating in. You get tired of eating out all the time. We are staying in a cabin for four nights to rest, recoup, eat better food and take in Big Sky and Yellowstone. The drive in certainly draws you right night. Hypnotizing and different at every turn. Gardiner did not disappoint. Another little town nestled in the valleys of the mountains. One main road that winds along ...
... by the Yellowstone river and waterfalls that have carved out what is known as the "Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Park". This is where the park got its name because the walls of the canyon are indeed quite yellow. Milo and Mark hiked to the brinks of both the upper and lower falls for some spectacular views. Lulu, with her injured ankle, stayed in ...