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in your feet, but it was totally worth it once we got there. The current would
bring spurts of nearly scalding water and then refreshingly cool water. We
hightailed it back to our towel and jackets, and headed back north to visit the
Roosevelt Arch which is the northernmost entrance to Yellowstone. For the first
time in our entire trip so far, we arrived early to our campground where we
proceeded to decompress from the past couple of days.
... by in his trusty steed and pulled us out. Mike decided to be the one to drive it up the embankment and apparently he was more shook up than we realized. He turned the car around again so the it was headed the wrong way. I think he just wanted to go back to camp myself!
We continued on with Vicki and I laughing and making jokes while Mike, well, lets just say he wasn't. He just wanted a bathroom.
She took us up to a spot ...
... the two towns and told me he often picked up hitchers. He was actually a really nice guy and gave me a lot of historical information about the state (don't remember much of that), discussed work, political differences and was interested in stuff in the UK as much as I was into America. Stopped off for food but otherwise was pretty much a straight 4 hour drive there, however it would mean I got in about 10pm, too late to meet u with Joaqim that night. Researched my book and the ...
August 11, 2013 (Sunday)
Power shut off on the Palace on Wheels about 07:00 this morning? Reset everything and things seem to be OK!!!!!! Cheryl got up about 08:00, we got ready and went tp Chico Hot Springs for the day. Stopped at the store on the way home to get a few things we forgot yesterday. ...
... the water dripping on the inside. We discussed throwing Bessy off a cliff, although our insurance wouldn't cover it, it would sure feel good. Sunday morning we took off early to return the rental car and we saw Yellowstone at its best. Mist rising off all of the lakes, the steam from the hot springs bigger than during the day. Two buffalo stood in the sun while steam rose off their backs in the cool morning air. We had to stop and wait for a number of buffalo who ...