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... of country, with beautiful falls, mountains geysers, painted pots and streams. Weather has been extraordinary -- we are amazed that since September 24th we have only had one rainy day!!
At the Yellowstone Park Madison campground, the Madison River is steps from our RV and Richard has been able to fly fish each morning and evening. He is in 7th heaven.
Will drive down to Jackson Hole tomorrow to visit the Grand Tetons.
... After seeing Old Faithful we headed east outside of the park. On our way out of the park we saw this huge waterfall so of course we had to get out and climb rocks to get a closer view. It was such an awesome view from the rocks we were able to get out to. Our ride out of the park was amazing and there was so many lakes and view of the mountains. We saw everything we wanted to see including a grizzly beer and her cub on our way out. We stopped on the ...
... out on the side of the road as we turned around to get back onto the road, there wereanother two walking along the highway – very cool. Trees as far as the eye cansee.
Alongside the river we spotted a huge group of people that were looking at something across the river. Thank goodness for long lenses on cameras as there were Moose on the other side of the river, coming down to drink. They were beautiful. More ...
... about these deer.
Turns out they are a bit of an attraction with people arriving every year and knowing the back story of these two deer (Broken nose and Touchdown) - turns out this is what they had been waiting for - a show down where the younger newer, but smaller deer Touchdown, won the fight and took all of Broken Nose's ladies away. The nerds said there would be a rematch behind the information centre... just wait.
We drove on, watching so ...
... The tiles in the main fireplace are the same as the ones in Spice Monkey, caddy corner to the former Oakland office! They were made by a company in Pasadena.) LYH started out as a relatively modest railroad hotel, and was remodeled and enlarged several times. Now the oldest building in the park, it was designed by Robert Reamer, an architect from Oberlin, Ohio, who created ...