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Sunday at Yellowstone

5 photos in this post. Sunday was sunny and relatively warm. This was the day for pulling the fifth wheel through Yellowstone from east to west stopping to view sites on the way. (SO glad we delayed our trip a day and did not do this on Saturday!) Our first stop was Gull Point Drive, a place we had not visited previously. Here the kids ran along the water front and enjoyed some fresh air as did Hovis. We... read more

Yellowstone in the snow and rain.

5 photos in this post. Although we did change our plans and decide to stay on the eastern side of Yellowstone for an extra day, thus pushing all our other campsite bookings forward one day, we decided to head into Yellowstone today and explore the area from Fishing Bridge all the way up to Mammoth Springs. Having read an RV article sharing the realities of driving through Yellowstone with a big rig, the... read more

Brrr….. it’s cold here!

Driving from Nebraska into Wyoming yesterday the temperature reached 90F so when we “landed” in Glenrock, on the North Platte River, the kids were eager to go play/paddle in the water. This morning was beautiful although definitely a little on the cooler side. The west is truly lovely in its own way. Some may see a barren wilderness as they travel along but I see unique, open spaces that are... read more

4,700 miles and we are back at Treasure Lake :)

What a trip! What a blast! Have to say though that by the end of it we were all glad to be home here at Treasure Lake. It really didn’t help that the three of the last four days of traveling were LONG. Why? Well, Thursday, upon leaving Bryce we took Route 12 across Utah. Route 12 is the scenic route and having read in an RV magazine that it was big rig friendly I figured this would be a nice drive.... read more

Bryce Canyon, Utah – our #1 pick!

11 photos in this post. If we had to pick a #1 destination from our 3 week trip out west Bryce Canyon would be it! Incredible does not even begin to describe this place BUT to really enjoy it you have to walk down among the hoodoos and other formations and look up. You won’t see the best of it just from the rim. BE PREPARED for some steep climbs though! Here is the Wall of the Windows from below:... read more

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