Devils Tower

After the majesty of Castle Gardens, we prepared for the long drive East across a lot of Wymoing with not a lot there.  Well, not a lot there in terms of attractions, but we did pass through the wond... Read More

Castle Gardens

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We left the powwow to gain an hour East, as we had one day to make it as far into Eastern Wyoming as possible.  So, we spent the night in the tiny Western town of Greybull. Greybull Greybull is anoth... Read More

Cody Powwow

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Part of the reason we stayed in Thermopolis for four days was to leave on a Saturday and catch the Cody Powwow.  It’s been over a decade since I’ve been to a powwow and Shiz had never bee... Read More

Thermopolis

After Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons, we needed some time to relax, rest, and clean ourselves of the good camping filth (perk of high-elevation camping, dirt but no funk).  With its public hot spri... Read More

Grand Tetons

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We woke to snow in June at our Yellowstone campground.  Laughing to ourselves, we took breakfast, packed up the Westy and drove South through the snow.  As we stayed at Norris Campground for four da... Read More

Yellowstone – Day 4

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Geysers.  Nature.  Animals.  Though we had only managed to scratch the surface, Yellowstone had proven itself to amaze at every corner.  With one more day before we headed South into the Grand Tet... Read More

Yellowstone – Day 1

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To ensure a campsite, I drove down the evening before and slept in the Westy next to the park entrance.  Bright and early at 5 AM I woke up and drove to Norris campground to stand in line for a site.... Read More

Camping in Yellowstone

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Reserving campsites in Yellowstone is a small lottery unto itself and the campgrounds that take reservations tend to be parking lots.  Thankfully, many campgrounds are first-come-first-serve and the ... Read More