Crossed Sabres Ranch
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... Time to move on.
We continue our drive into the wilderness. The road is lined with spruce and fir trees. It is a lovely drive. We reach the northeast entrance to the park and turn around. Now we can see the mountains, the tree-lined road, and hopefully, an animal or two before we call it a day. We no sooner say it’s time to call it a day when we see the road shoulder lined with cars on both sides. Has to be bear….and it is! ...
... geysers, pools, mudpots, and fumorales. We took the .6 mile loop trail through a wooded area to overlook the basin.
After another short ride on the bus, we arrived at the Lower Yellowstone Falls area. We stuck together on the small trail that led down to Artist Point, which is breathtakingly beautiful. This area ...
... We were even lucky enough to see a black bear with cubs. However, all these cool experiences were overshadowed by the insanely commercialized setup, horrible traffic, and hordes and hordes of tourists – frequently disrespectful and just outright stupid tourists.
Our first clue started in the form of a warning sign telling people not to pet the bison. I have to admit, the bison are pretty used to cars and ...
... a way it reminded me of Park City, only it had a little more of a western flair to it.
After breakfast and my stroll I started heading through Grand Teaton NP in order to get to the south entrance of Yellowstone. I knew I wanted to see Old Faithful, so I figured I'd do that first and then go for a hike. Old Faithful was only 17 miles west from the south entrance I came in, but unfortunately a bridge was out, so I had to drive east around the entire park in ...
... I arrived in Cody after dark, and my GPS was confused, so I had to rely on my iPhone for the correct directions. At some point in the dark, I hit a bump that was not well marked, and I am thinking at that point that my plastic buckles broke, because when I finally found the correct house, the backpack was hanging not quite to the ground with only the duct tape holding it on. Thanks goodness for friends who could help me fix it and proceed ...