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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 ...
... her back! It was a marvelous experience. Livvy and I would also make our way up the small current of the rocked in area and then lay in the water and let it pull us until we were against the rocks that kept us out of the river. Then was lunch in Mammoth. After which we walked around Mammoth Hot Springs. It was boiling hot water flowing down rocks that in some places looked like ice and in some red stone! After that we went to look at a petrified tree that had been ...
... to eat at the original buffalo bill hotel but it was too busy so we ate at an Italian restaurant instead. The highlight of today was the rodeo. We all donned our cowboy hats and mosied on over. The kids even had a chance to catch a calf. After the rodeo, we drove to Yellowstone. Unfortunately, it was dark when we arrived so we were unable to enjoy the sights. However, with three days here, we'll see some more ...
... 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 ...