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8 Sept -- really need to check Anna's notes as I'm typing this a week later. Had glorious day in Grand Tetons.
In the morning we drove along Jackson Lake -- huge but the water level very low, from a long dry summer. We drove close to the lake at Colter Bay -- the boat launch ramp was about 100 yds from the nearest water. We got some …
... great views of the lake regardless. I got inspiration my own way, I don't need a little sign in the ground that says so!
The hike took me about 2.5 hours, give or take. By the time I returned to my car, I was completely drained physically, but part of my spirit is still elevated, and I hope it doesn't come back down!
I returned to Teton Village by about 5:30, and after cleaning up a bit, decided to treat myself to a nice dinner at ...
... d see him chomp twice, throw his head back and swallow, then move on. We saw an elk, a baby elk, many, many bison, a white pelican, an eagle, a northern harrier. We saw more animals in our 3 days in Yellowstone than we saw on our entire bike trip! The whole visit was a great experience! One of our good laughs at Yellowstone was all the warnings we saw and heard about not flying drones in the park. Apparently someone crashed a drone into one of the ...
... and tow vehicle in the park. Only 45 mph speed limit. Back on the trail we pass the entrance to Old Faithful. We stopped here in 2010 on our way to Alaska so we decided to continue on. A few miles down the road, we reach the Continental Divide at an altitude of 8,391 feet. We only slowed down on a few of the steeper grades Al. There is some construction but not long waits. The views are spectacular as we head toward the south entrance ...
Yellowstone Park: The Disneyland of National Parks. While this park is on most bucket lists, I just have one thing to say- "I'll Pass!"
If I could pay to have the park closed for a private tour for myself then I'm in but otherwise the clusterf**k of people that you will experience here will overwhelm your once in a lifetime Yellowstone adventure. (Go during non-peak season)