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We made our way to the Beartooth Mountains just northeast of Yellowstone National Park and are part of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. The mountains are traversed by road via the Beartooth Highway (U.S. 212) with the highest elevation at Beartooth Pass (10,947 ft) The name of the mountain range is attributed to a rugged peak found in the range, Beartooth Peak, that has the appearance of a bear's tooth. The Beartooth Mountains sit upon ...
... great driving, her passenger was leaning to the side farthest from the edge taking pictures while the wind tossed us around. We landed up in the quaintest little hamlet called Cooke City. A one main st. town and no kidding------that's it. Took one picture from our door and by the way, we saw a black bear on the hillside. Tomorrow we start into Yellowstone, and Mary Pats ...
Today was a travel day. We drove about 6 hours from the Black Hills of South Dakota to Montana. It was a beautiful drive. We really enjoyed the short time that we were able to spend in South Dakota, but we need to move forward toward Washington.
The drive was an easy, uneventful trip. Again, we love our new additional fuel tank which allows us to go almost a full day without stopping for fuel.
After getting back to Spokane Jon and I spent a little more time fine-tuning the van. We changed the carburettor and now it runs really well, we did some hunting around after the things I want loaded into the pickup for shipping back to Australia and generally sorted things out so I could leave Spokane and (finally) hit the road.
... came out ...17 years old.....big bears. Very entertaining. We then seen bald headed eagles, golden eagles and wolves ....they are nearly all white....gorgeous creatures. We then headed off for the north ring of Yellowstone. We seem heaps of Bison....one herd of Bison were on the road ...too many cars to get good photos...and Alister was trying to get away as fast as he could....but I think Julie got some good pics. We also came across another ...