Yellowstone and Grand Teton

Sept 22, 2021 The night wasn’t too cold and we were on our way by 8:15 am. We headed south into Idaho towards Yellowstone. About 10 miles from West Yellowstone we stopped at Howard Springs. This was a flowing spring just off the highway. We filled out water tanks and then drove into Yellowstone. We …

Ranch Life in Early Montana

Sept 20, 2021 It was cold and wet last night, but with our electric blanket we stayed warm in bed. We drove down the mountain and continued west to Deer Lodge. We spent about 2-3 hours at the Grant-Kohrs Ranch National Historic Site. This is a small working cattle ranch operated by the National Park …

In the Footprints of Lewis and Clark

Sept 18, 2021 We left camp early so we could try to find a campground in Helena for the night. We wanted to stay in Helena where we would have enough cell reception to watch the BYU vs, Arizona State football game later in the night. We also wanted to be in town so we …

Glacier National Park Zoo and the Going to the Traffic Jam Road

Sept 16, 2021 We up early and quickly broke camp so we could get on the road to avoid the crowds. We drove back to the “Trail of the Cedars. This was the hike we tried to go on the night before but were unable to find a parking spot. There were still a lot …

Sweets and Ghost Towns

Sept 14, 2021 We were slow getting going this morning, so it was around 10 am before we reached Philipsburg. After updating the blog we walked around the historic section of town. The main attraction of the town is The Sweet Palace, a large candy store with many types of handmade candy. It was interesting …

Lewis and Clark Were Never Here

Sept 12, 2021We were up a little early and drove to Belgrade, MT to attend church. It happened to be stake conference so the church meeting was broadcast to the building we were at from Bozeman. The visiting general authority was former BYU quarterback Gifford Nielson. He gave a nice talk. After church we continued …

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