After two long days of traveling from Monument Valley, we settled into the Yellowstone Grizzly RV Park & Cabins in site #109. When I called as we were on the road, the woman who answered at the front desk let us know there had been a cancellation and we were fortunate to get in. The campground is just 4 blocks from the West entrance to Yellowstone. We love it here. Callie can be walked out into the Gallatin National Forest and the sites are spaciously situated. Today we are taking the Tracker into the park. It has served us well, but because it is an old vehicle, (1991) it always makes me just a little stressed out about breaking down.
We have been advised to break our drive into two loops. Today will take us to the Tower-Roosevelt and Mammoth Hot Springs areas where bison, bear, and elk congregate. Tomorrow will be the upper and lower falls and Old Faithful. It is a rainy day and the smoke from nearby fires has been washed away and the skies are cloudy but clean. What a beautiful place. I highly recommend this campground. It is expensive at $68.00 per night, but well worth it as an extravagance. It is probably the nicest campground we have stayed in, in the year and a half we have been on the road.
Once again, I will need to buy more storage in order to upload photographs. My 500px site link shows off the landscapes but not dark Callie. She is having a blast though and couldn’t be happier buried under a blanket this morning and having a long well deserved nap!