This is the continuation of a trip my dad, friend Jacob, and I took at the end of July.
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After a good nights sleep we all headed east, down to Jackson Hole, WY. I was in a bad mood. Not sure why, but I needed food and coffee. When I'm hungry I don't take many photos. Trying to find a good place to eat, that will appeal to everyone, and has easy accessibility for the bikes, proves additionally hard when your hungry and in a bad mood. Luckily Jacob spotted Bubba's Bar-B-Que and just pulled over. It fit the bill. They had coffee and egg biscuit sandwiches the size of your face. I started to feel better. And I started to take photos again.
The Teton Mountain Range. Probably my favorite mountain range after seeing it as a kid. Didn't quite know why until I read the Wiki page. There aren't any foothills. You go from flat plains to _boom!_ sharp mountain peaks.
Who is that young lady? And how does she keep getting into all my photos??
I told Jacob he'd get free beer after the photo shoot. He perked right up.
The ladies didn't want to hang with the tough motorcycle guys, so after visiting the Tetons they headed off into Yellowstone Park while we continued to enjoy the scenery. I wanted some pictures near Jackson Lake.
While we were busy taking photos, my mom, sister and niece drove straight to Old Faithful where we said we'd meet up with them. They saw this old bus in the parking lot.
mud pots. Which left us waiting a _full_ 90 minutes before the next eruption. This ate a large portion of our travel time and limited our sights of Yellowstone.
Beartooth Highway, out of, or into Yellowstone, make sure you take it. Amazing country! The mosquitoes at this rest stop ate us alive though:)
Don't even think I saw it while I was there. Just means that we have to go back now.
Perry's RV Park outside of Red Lodge, MT. When we arrived the owner of the park decided to lead us, on the bikes, down a pretty rough dirt road to a insect laden campsite next to a river. The highlight of these campsites was a couple of teepees that appeared to have been setup in the 1960's. When we asked about the bug free cabin, with three cots, near the showers, for only $15 more the owner replied..."or you could do that". We did that.
Red Lodge Cafe. Great place!
Rush hour in Yellowstone. Sometimes you just have to let the driver behind you pass.
Wyoming towns love their antler arches.