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... and it was just amazing. We walked another 20 miles before stopping to make camp. We found a perfect spot on a ridge that overlooked everything. We were able to sleep free from bison tonight. We ate the rest of the food we caught that morning and slept under the stars once again. ...
... you can't argue with the setting. We're just summoning up the courage for a wash in the river: Nadine has just declared it 'surprisingly warm' so she can go first! + A note on the following entry. Matt is writing the entry that follows at 5.00am on Saturday 13th September lying in the back of a horse box with Marcus - a hunter - lying on one side - and Nadine and Candice - a 67 year old cycle tourist who is doing the transcontinental trail - on the other. The following explains ...
... went back to the swimming hole for more rapids swimming. Apparently it was rougher than the previous time but luckily I didn't know that at the time.
Every day, timing dinner and judging distances was a bit of an issue but today we thought we would go to West Yellowstone, just outside the West Entrance (and another trip into Montana), eat dinner and then drive back through the Hayden Valley looking for bears. That plan fell apart when I consulted ...
... was a long time in coming and I was getting sunburned waiting...when she finally did blow...it wasn't great. I loved driving all over the park this time. I had no idea there was soooo much water at Yellowstone...and so high up. It was very beautiful. I missed seeing a grizzly at one place I pulled over by minutes apparently! I only saw 3 Bison...where were they? I had read that they regularly leave in the summer...but, where do they go? ...
... me and it hit my foot..pretty good aim! Our next stop was Canyon Village. We took some pictures of the lower falls and drove down to Artist Point to take pictures of what they call "The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone". It was just beautiful! We stopped at the Mud Volcano then proceeded out of the East entrance towards Cody, Wyoming. We arrived here in time to get some dinner and head over to the Rodeo. It was fun and as you could see I could not ...
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