|Driving to Cooke City, MT thru Wyoming|
mountains of Montana. The locals in Cooke City were exceptionally nice and remembered my name.
A friend of mine was there as well so I was able to leave Lillie in his camper while I went hiking and exploring. After 2 or 3 days, I ventured in Yellowstone National Park. Wow! Incredible landscapes, wildlife, geysers, and lakes! I can see why it became the world's first national park! My favorite part of this place were the bison!! They roam the place knowing they are home and in charge! The females were in heat so
The jewels of Glacier National Park to me were the vistas (obviously) and McDonald Lake. Lillie and I
As for the two campgrounds we stayed in so far, the campground hosts were very friendly and accommodating. Both campgrounds lacked showers but I knew that going in. The first campground had a beautiful doe that I saw a few times, including face to face at a distance of about 5 feet. The second campground was situated on a beautiful body of water, Hungry Horse Reservoir. I met a very nice couple from Edmonton, Canada who I shared great conversation and appetizers with as well as contact information. Both campgrounds were situated in grizzly country.
|Lower or upper (can't recall which) Falls in Yellowstone|
|Hot pools in Yellowstone|
|The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone|
|I surprised a couple of deer on a back road|