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in your feet, but it was totally worth it once we got there. The current would
bring spurts of nearly scalding water and then refreshingly cool water. We
hightailed it back to our towel and jackets, and headed back north to visit the
Roosevelt Arch which is the northernmost entrance to Yellowstone. For the first
time in our entire trip so far, we arrived early to our campground where we
proceeded to decompress from the past couple of days.
... by in his trusty steed and pulled us out. Mike decided to be the one to drive it up the embankment and apparently he was more shook up than we realized. He turned the car around again so the it was headed the wrong way. I think he just wanted to go back to camp myself!
We continued on with Vicki and I laughing and making jokes while Mike, well, lets just say he wasn't. He just wanted a bathroom.
She took us up to a spot ...
August 10, 2013
Got up and went and soaked in the Mineral Hot Springs, did that feel good. Headed to Livingston, MT. On the way Cheryl saw an antique store. After an hour of shopping we were on the road again. (Bertha is running out of room). Arrived in Livingston early ...
... early morning mist and hopefully wildlife. We struck gold just 200 meters from the RV in the Yellowstone river with a family of otters, one female, 3 kittens all playing and hunting. At one point the mother shot off into the river like a speeding water bullet only to bring back a trout almost the size of her which she bought back for her family. I think Matt & I watched them playing and calling to each other for about an hour before heading back. Although we ...
... Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the morning was anything but boring. Beautiful light, beautiful landscape, peaceful aura … a nice way to start the day.
The rest of the drive was smooth. I caught a couple of cat naps at rest areas along the way. Plopping down on my sleeping pad and pillow in shady, grassy spots, I woke up refreshed. It was wonderful to see Micah, Zola, and Leah at our first family gathering spot – Arrowwood Resort in Alexandria, ...
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