Saturday, August 1, 2015 - On Friday we toured the Castle Museum and Carriage House, known by locals as 'The Castle'. It is on a hill in downtown White Sulphur Springs, Montana. 'The Castle' is an imposing 12 room mansion built in 1892 by Bryon Roger Sherman, and is now the home of the Meagher… Continue reading 08.01.15 Touring “The Castle” and visiting a Hutterite Colony
Friday, July 31, 2015 - We really like Conestoga Campground for several reasons. A little is that we have all the water and electricity we want here after boondocking for 10 days. Second is that there are other RVillagers here, and RVillagers are always good people! Next, this is a lovely park (with real grass)… Continue reading 07.31.15 Conestoga Campground, White Sulphur Springs,Montana
On Monday, July 28th rain fell and the temperatures plummeted as we traveled from Yellowstone to White Sulphur Springs. The two times we got out of the RV we were just about frozen in place between the wind and the near freezing temperatures. What a stark contrast to the two nights before when the temperatures… Continue reading 07.30.15 Traveling from Yellowstone to White Sulphur Springs, Montana
Boondocking in Gros Ventre and in Canyon Campground - July 17 - July 27th. Eight of the ten nights the temperatures fell into the 50s and it was breezy. This helped us to sleep really well without any air conditioning and we woke up to cool temperatures making for a great start to each day. … Continue reading 07.29.15 Boondocking in Gros Ventre and Canyon Campgrounds
Day Two in Yellowstone National Park on July 24, 2015 - Back down the west side of the upper loop in Yellowstone we went to get to the lower loop (the bigger one). The Norris Geyer Basin was our first stop on the lower loop. A world of heat and gasses, where microorganisms live in… Continue reading 07.27.15 – Day Two in Yellowstone National Park on 07.24.15
Before we came here I only knew that Yellowstone had mountains and was beautiful. I knew nothing of what it really is so I want to share some of what we learned with you! First a little information about Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone is 2.2 million acres in size. Shaped like a figure eight (see… Continue reading 07.26.15 – Day one in Yellowstone National Park on 7.23.15
We woke up early Tuesday, July 21st and planned to leave the park around 8 am. We stopped at the dump station to empty our tanks and to the water station to fill up our fresh water tank. This was an opportunity we didn’t know we’d have when we planned to boondock so we gladly… Continue reading 07.24.15 Our journey to Yellowstone National Park on 7.21.15
Monday, July 20, 2015 - Not far from our campground is the beginning of a beautiful 44 mile scenic route around the Grand Teton. All of the turnouts and stop off spots are nicely done and easy to get to. The pictures below are in the order of the scenic route. The drive today was… Continue reading 07.20.15 The gloriously beautiful world of the Grand Teton!
Sunday, July 19, 2015 - Sunday evening we attended the National Park Service's Interdenominational Worship Service at our campground. It was held in the amphitheater here in the campground. We are parked right next to the road leading to the amphitheater so we walked to church! I did not know they did this until now. … Continue reading 07.19.15 Worshiping God in the Amphitheater! and visiting Jackson, WY
Saturday, July 18, 2015 - After staying in one location for two weeks, being back on the road was fun! As we got closer to the Grand Teton National Park the scenery got more and more beautiful! And cooler and cooler! The beach scene to the left is a stark contrast to summer here in… Continue reading 07.18.15 Grand Teton National Park here we come!