Beautiful views all the way to Bryce Canyon......saw many old time gas pumps....
Look close on side of cliff to see Mike and Bob on upper trail towards Shakespeare's Arch.
We left the coach at day break to catch the great morning light on the canyons. Cows are every where.
A sunset cruise revealed many Prong horn and Mule deer. Two very large bucks, too dark to photograph.
1,000 Lakes RV Park in Torrey, Utah was a sweet little park very close to the canyon...spent 3 days here...Had a few camp fires and one too many smores.
The canyons had areas that were very lush and green...other sections were solid rock, wash outs, desert type landscape for miles...pic with the flag is the Visitor Center. By the way clicking on our photos usually will allow you to view it larger.
On the way to Bryce Canyon....Next...
Left Bear Lake around 10am and it was 45 degrees and got down to 37 degrees last night. Arriving in Park City early afternoon for a hot week...in the high 70-94 degrees. Lots and lots of color has started.
Stayed one week and roamed the area by car and ATV Razor
If an other ATV went by we covered our
nose so we would't have to breath the
dust. Very dusty here because there is
Molly is on her 9th life even tho she is a dog......she is anxiously ready to to board and head to Capital Reel National Park....Precious Molly....we leave the 19th of September.
September 7, we left Cody and headed for Victor Idaho to meet up with Mike and Bernadette. We needed fuel so the Park Ranger said that the station was towards Yellowstone about 7 miles. How do we recognize the station he said when we see this weird tall tower thing on the left we would be there...well this was it...the man building it fell off to his deaths it never was finished or occupied...that was creepy....
Arrived in Victor a few days before Mike was back from hunting.
In our continuing quest to find a moose, we found a few cool things...NO MOOSE AGAIN!
Laura Denhart was keeping Bernadette company so we did the girl thing for a couple of days and Bob fixed things back at the coach. Very nice spa!!!!! This was my first day long experience...and not difficult to take....love the eucalyptus sauna. Excellant wine too.
While moose hunting one perfect night we hit the jackpot....5 moose, geese, elk, and 5 coyotes stalking a flock of geese. Yea finally. The first on the Teton Pass (10% grade yikes)
Mom and baby
September 11 stopped in Garden City Utah or Bear Lake State Park. Absolutely breath taking.....because of suspened lime stone in the water there was a beautiful Caribbean blue cast to the water... we had extreme cold wind ...so 12 hands of train dominoes it was....and a toy train that would not stop tooting its whistle...
Buffalo Bill's State Park near Cody WY. Wow best camp ground to date...beautiful! These were our views from our camp site.
Tomorrow which is Sunday September 7, we will drive the bus back over the mountain again towards Yellowstone and south to the Grand Teton Mountains. Plan to find Mike and Bernadette one more time.
Some things never change....the beauty of our National Parks and the traffic at Yellowstone Park.....these people are called tourons....it's a cross between a tourist and a moron....let's stop in the road and walk up to an elk and her baby...and how safe is that???? Saw many examples of this and much more craziness this year.
Love these buses
Lamar Valley 2014 ...many buffalo tonight
The bulls are still in Mammoth. This year the rangers said it would be interesting because there would be 3 of the 6x6 elks in the Village along with the younger ones....they were looking forward to the show. Tonight there had to be at least 40-60 in his harem.
Good bye Cammie and Bruce. You are off to Bryce Canyon, Utah and Florida. You will be missed. It was interesting and enjoyable to travel with you both XO The last stop before we leave West Yellowstone for Cody Wyoming we must see the Grizzlies at the Discovery Center...such a well run place...
The bears say..."let's find the food, nice time for a bath, and yea a frozen trout...very fine..very fine. today is a good day.
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After my husbands widow maker heart attack in 2004, the doctor said just relax and enjoy life for a while. So it happened: the 43' NewMar Mountain Aire coach was purchased and the house sold....eventually. Relaxing? Not always! We are truly blessed to spend this time together... and with friends.
September 2015 now traveling with Ford F350diesel dually and Host Mammoth Truck Camper.