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Travel Blogs from Greybull
... 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 ...
Today was a long drive. We left hill city South Dakota and headed west for Cody Wyoming. We stopped for lunch at Taco John in honor of Johnny and then proceeded to drive up the big horn portion of the Rocky Mountains. The drive was incredibly beautiful, and scary for me. While Dave and I were impressed with the sights, the kids barely gave it a glance. Then we were on Our way to Cody. The home of buffalo bill... Here ...
... were there we found an abandoned camera bag with some really nice lenses in it. Luckily there was a business card ion it. I called the number and the owner was totally happy we found it. We're driving through the town he lives so we can drop it off easily. He even offered us a free print for our good deed. Totally not necessary, but we'll take it. And what a great life lesson for the ...
... through the park, enjoying the beauty surrounding us. Even though you'd think it was all the same, there was something different around each turn. The colors and rock formations were lovely. We stopped for pictures at one of the scenic look outs and met a few other RV'ers and chatted for a few minutes. We met a lovely family from Chicago (not in an rv) with four little girls. They were planning a 4400 mile trip (Stacy are you ready for that?). I can't even imagine trying this ...
... a couple of people, on a bike trip. Tomorrow we head south to Casper, Wyoming, to avoid the Sturgis craziness, then we head east again. The trip here this afternoon was beautiful, we went through Shoshone National Park, and Buffalo Bill State Park. There were these insane rock formations that we drove through about 50 miles out of Yellowstone, and horse ranches everywhere!
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