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... until you round the very last corner on the trail. White water rafting was a very worth while activity we both got very wet, well Matt a bit more than me. As well as the class 3 rapids that we navigated we saw, presumably, a pair of mated Bald Eagles, a Beaver and an adolescent Bald Eagle (distinctive because they still have brown feathers on their head). Matt also couldn't resist the urge to jump in the water for swim. ...
Driving through the mountains is a challenge with a big camper. The new truck has been performing admirably, but I think that even under the best conditions going up and over big mountains is a challenge. First you have the uphill side where your speeds slow to about 45 and you have to decide if you can really pass the tractor trailer in front of you or not. At the top you then have to immediately begin watching your speed so you don't move too quickly down the ...
... Pelican Creek, we found white pelicans. South across the bridge we were treated to views of lake and mountain. The pine forest thickens here. Our next stop was the West Thumb Geyser Basin right beside a bay of Yellowstone Lake. These geysers bubble only a little, but make for some impressive colorful scenes and smells. Some of the springs are full if such clear water you can see their incredible depths. Black Spring also shows off a ...
... but I only saw one deer, which managed to scare the life out of me as it lifted its head from the shrubs about five feet in front of me. Made for a good picture, though (she was kind enough to pose, and too tame to run away).
That night I had dinner at a great local joint (Moose Junction? I forgot to note the name) that was pretty lively – apparently it was Friday night (I’ve lost track of days). I met a local guy who ...
... in at an interesting wooden church just above the lake -- and just below Signal Mountain
Lunch at the top of Signal Mountain -- the highest point (by road) on Teton Park Road above the Snake River valley.
After lunch we went up a dirt road (Cottonwood Creeek Rd) to a bluff overlooking the Snake river, where we saw an old dude ranch (Bar B C Ranch) and then came back. Went up ...