Cooke City Alpine
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to keep our distance but "lead" them on the road.
A bridge was in front and as we rode on it we assumed the heard would go off the road before the bridge.
We were so wrong! The heard began a full run across the bridge and straight for us! We moved along keeping pace and videoing the whole affair.
We will try to upload the video for all to see. It was truly amazing.
We rode just 100 miles today, but it was the most eventful 100 miles to date!!!!! ...
... br> came across park rangers with bear spray in hand and a gathered group of
onlookers, It was a…….Black bear, Noela got a good look at a distance, but a
bear it was. We felt truly blessed. With that we exited Wyoming and entered Montana
We hit Silvergate (Cooke City at) 6.40PM and located
accomadation, and what a great place it was….stay tuned for the next instalment.
... up in your face, could have easily done some serious damage to the car but, Sadie rather than bark her head off, took the more cautious approach of gawking. Bobby and I were also a little dropped jaw astounded. What a beautiful animal and they love to roll in the mud. They came in three sizes, Large, Grande and Humongouso.
Now an elk is also a site to behold, especially when they have a ...
... of prairies and rivers where the bison hang out. Today we must have seen a dozen solitary bison during our ride. But, we also saw another 10 or more herds of bison. Another herd in the distance must have had 100 in it! But – hold onto your hats -after rounding a corner there was a traffic jam and then we saw another small herd of bison but these were trundling up the side of the road right next to us! It was a little bit scary as the legal ...
Leaving for Yellowstone, we were full of excitement and anticipation, imagining what all we might see and experience.
Well, after about 2 hours on the road, and still about 2 hours from Yellowstone, Deena sheepishly mustered the courage to inform me that the battery in the camera had just died. We were both surprised and disappointed, as the battery charge indicator had just minutes ago indicated a 50% charge left. But, because of the fact ...