A Pieceful Life

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Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Jellystone

Do you remember Yogi Bear?

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We thought it most appropriate to stay at his campground on our way to Yellowstone Park.  Aaah….memories of childhood!

BTW – this is in Missoula MT.

On our way here, we found a small herd of elk near one of our fuel stops:

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Can you just see them resting on the right?  Thank heaven for a camera with a good zoom:

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This church spire caught my eye as we passed:008

And in between the mountain ranges, the rolling hills are lush and green – they must have had as much rain here as we have at home:009

This morning, we’ve woken to another thunderstorm – hoping it passes by before we have to hook up.

3 comments:

  1. Oh wonderful photos - you two sure are moving right along. I'm enjoying the photos so much.

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  2. So you guys are on the move again. We did much the same trip a few years ago albeit we were on a motorcycle. I know you'll love the whole area. Try to get to Virginia City and Silver City (I think?) in Montana (near the SW entrance to Yellowstone) - fascinating walk back in History. Also don't miss Cody, Wyoming.!

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  3. Such beautiful scenery. That emerald mountain makes me think of the wee folk of Ireland. It's so green...

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