The Hideout Lodge & Guest Ranch
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Today was another long day of driving, but I can honestly say that, until the last hour or so, it was a really great one. When we woke up this morning, I was surprised at how ready I felt. I think I was just super excited to get to Yellowstone. The idea of being in one place for three whole nights was very appealing. Before we really got on the road, I stopped at DJ's Auto Body shop for an oil change. We were in this tiny town of ...
... it poured during the night, but I slept right through it. I think that a cloud had settled into the campground because there was a swirling mist in the air - but it was frozen! Very cold.
We packed up the campsite and Bob got a little fishing in, and we were off again! The drive through the Bighorn Mountains was spectacular - and cold. We stopped at a couple of "Points of Interest" Brrr! It was ...
... for an Eagle Scout. Bobby made a pot of chili and some corn bread. Chili great, cornbread failure. About 6 we had flurries again. Put the fire out and settled in for the night. The snow sliding off the rain fly and coyotes howling in the distance. Cozy.
Yesterday it was 90 in Bahia Concepcion. It won't be long. By the way Yellowstone is open. Thank you Jesus ...
... walk and place to eat some supper. While in the parking lot i get to talking with an old lady from pennsylvania who is moving to wyoming, she talks my ear off for about a half an hour and turns out to be pretty cool, she dislikes big gov't, that black guy in the white house and enjoys her freedom. With not long before dusk i make tracks to burgess jct and pull off onto a road that just leads into the woods where people can just ...
... to make the drive into them.
We stopped in Sheridan, Wyoming to resupply and grab a quick bite and a beer before heading to our campsite high in the Bighorns. We arrived right before dark with a light drizzle falling down as we set up the caRV. The temperature dropped quickly after sunset and it wasn’t long before we were warmly snug in our sleeping bags and dreaming of our next stop – ...