Grand Prismatic at Midway Geyser Basin.
We made a couple of more forays into Yellowstone with our good friends Steve and Diana who spent the week at the same RV park as us. We hit it hard the last couple of days and it was well worth it for we saw some incredible sights and the weather was perfect. Here are some more images of the wonders of Yellowstone. Continue reading
We headed down into Yellowstone again, this time toward the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, which is a region we had not previously explored. We were able to watch a black bear and her cub meander through a field of flowers looking for tidbits, totally unperturbed by the hordes of onlookers. Continue reading
We’re spending a whole week at Yellowstone’s Edge RV Park which is about 30 miles north of the North Entrance to Yellowstone NP. We’ve made two forays into the park so far, once to explore the Mammoth Hot Springs area and the next day to cross the Lamar Valley and on to Cooke City outside of the park for lunch and then back. Continue reading
On our way to meet up with friends in Billings we stopped for the night at the 7th Ranch RV Park on the Crow Agency, adjacent to Little Bighorn Battlefield. The RV park was a wonderful respite from the wind which we battled once again and we arrived in time to tour the Battleground and visitor center that evening. Continue reading
Palisades State Park, S Dakota
Our journey west takes us on I-90 across southern Minnesota and into S. Dakota. We’ve travelled this route before at this time of year and encountered strong winds which tore the cover off our air conditioner, so we were a little apprehensive about what would be in store for us this time. We were pleasantly surprised though, it was smooth sailing as we passed from Minnesota into S. Dakota although the huge wind farms all across southern Minnesota attest to the fact that this truly is a wind corridor. Continue reading
The pilot, co-pilot and navigator are all ready!
Our 2017 summer travel plans had us leaving Florida just as the heat was nearing triple digits in late May. Florida was in a severe drought when we left and there were wildfires all across the state. Eventually the rains will come and with them the stifling humidity so our plans are fairly loose – head to the Rocky Mountains, primarily Montana, Wyoming and Colorado seeking cool mountain air and fresh cold streams. Continue reading
The Boothbay Harbor Region is located in the most picturesque part of coastal Maine, with deep coves and small villages dotting the area. Fishing is still the main industry and cute seafood restaurants seem to be in every small harbor. Artists have now discovered the area and so along with the good food there are hundreds of various types of galleries to visit. The 9 days that we spent there gave us a good idea of the region but there was still lots of unexplored territory and beautiful galleries to visit. Continue reading