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... The cats evidently had been showing off claw sharpening prowess as both had huge, razor sharp claws to sink into us as they came out of the crate.
Minor shopping followed a very late lunch at Cowboy Café in Dubois (chicken fried steak and great pie alamode – yum). Our KOA campsite was another backing to Wind River so the dog and the girls spent the rest of the day playing in the river - even finding their ...
Pretty lazy, simple, travel day. No morning walk/run/play, instead Dad went right to breaking down camp. We said good-bye to Oma and Opa who headed north towards Butte Montana. We took off for Dubois, Wyoming passing by the Grand Tetons.
The girls think it's hysterical naming mountains after boobs; even funnier, Dad keeps saying the "The Big Boobs are beautiful." Smart French dudes - finding a name to keep the kids interested in ...
... in a northwesterly direction towards the Grand Teton and Yellowstone. Instead of going all the way back to I-80, then to Rawlins and up 287 to Muddy Gap Junction, I found out that a dirt road would take me to Alcova on 220. It was a stretch of 35 miles, which I drove at 20 mph but I still got pretty dusty. It was a great drive with many fine views.
(Story to be continued tomorrow.)
We had our last drive through Yellowstone National Park as we made our way the outrageously long distance of 7 miles from the southern entrance of Yellowstone to Grand Teton National Park! We had booked the KOA in Dubois, Wyoming to stay that night which was about an hour outside of Teton. We planned to just spend that day touring Teton then continue east to Dubois. Now that we are heading east, it is ...
... Valley. We had to go down some short, steep rock faces at points, but the danger was very minimal. Upon seeing Bear Creek, we also caught site of a trail marker that officially told us we were going the right way. Woohoo!
Once getting to Bear Creek and refilling our water bottles, it was time to begin the final climb. The trail at times was the steepest we'd ever hiked. At one point, we were on a thin game trail, the only flat ...
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