Historic Hotel Greybull
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We were a little concerned that route 14A might be closed at some point around Lovett due to signs we had seen before we crossed the mountain. We just checked with the welcome center and they said that our road is open clear to Cody, which would be our final destination for the ...
... and then we saw the clouds again on the way dwn and visbility was about 3 car lengths. We dd see a moose and about 40 mue deer.
Staying at a KOA in Greybull. The wners are very nice and have 2 dogs that run from the office and upstars and out on the roof to great every camper that arrives.
Off to Cody and Yellowstone Nat Park in the morning.
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Many US states still do not have helmet laws and in my impressionable youth I used to take it off when riding but the truth is, it is just not comfortable. It is very noisy, you can't have tunes, you have to keep your lips pursed like Steven Seagal lest your mouth fill with air and I have no good place to put my helmet, other than on my head really. Also the old joke about bugs in the teeth ...
... we drove into Yellowstone to swim where the Boiling River met the Gardner River. There was a rocked in area where the boiling water flowed into the freezing cold water creating the PERFECT temperature. Livvy and I took turns flowing down the strong current of the stream beyond the wall, and we would catch each other and then switch. Jordan and dad spent the time huddled in the hot water, but Jordan went closer to the hot water then dad and ended up with a thermal ...
It was cold last night. The temperature last night went down to 35 degrees and I woke up around 3:00 am freezing I realized that by closing the privacy curtain at the end of the bed I also prevented the heat from getting in. It went from floor to ceiling. Once I opened that up, I slept much better.
We've had a very long day. My plan had been to take a morning walk, have breakfast, head west and get to Greybull, Wyoming by evening. Ah, the best laid plans. Since it was ...