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Arrived Sun 08/24 and drove up to Rock Creek Vista 9,190 and back down.
It was overcast but did get to see a lot. Since Anita was scared looking out over the drop offs, I decided to take her back up when you could not see the road. She was still scared.
It was a beautiful drive from Red Lodge, MT to Cooke City, MT (Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone) on the Beartooth Highway. We returned via Chief Joseph Scenic ...
... and took a hike to a beautiful waterfall. Saw many large lakes and snow covered mountains. A real treat was seeing mountain goats at the top of the mountain. Dad got some good pictures of them. We drove to the very top of Beartooth Mountain, 11,500 feet. We got to see the ski lift where the US Olympic Team practices. Looks like suicide to me. I squirmed a ...
We were advised to take the scenic Chief Joseph Hwy. to Cody, Wyoming. We passed Virgil's Lair Ranch, Clarkes River and the K Bar Z Guest Ranch. We drove over a bridge that crossed a very deep gorge - it was beautiful. Finally, we reached the 8000' peake on Dead Indian Trail. Then it was downhill for the next 11 miles to Cody. The air is very ...
When we checked into West Yellowstone we realized that the crowds were heavy and the hotels in town filled up. We decided that it would be a good idea to book hotels anywhere close to Yellowstone - Tetons National parks. So we locked down hotels in Red Lodge MT (probably didn't have to) and Jackson WY (good thing we did). For the first time on the trip we had a two day itinerary.
On the first day we ...
... incredible are just words that do not do it justice. The snow caps looked so far away and yet by the middle of the drive we were AT the snow. A little stream of rapids that I photographed was a silver ribbon from above. Hairpin turns, narrow roads, no guardrails and sheer drops the higher we got. At the top of the mountain was the sign welcoming us to Wyoming! Several cars had stopped and as we got out to ...