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April 11, 2020

Grand Teton National Park – Wyoming

Grand Teton National Park Website – https://www.nps.gov/grte/index.htm Wyoming

So after we left Yellowstone National Park in the rain and cold, we took many hours to drive south to Grand Teton National Park, which is connected to her more famous neighbor by a 10 mile road.

We drove through the clouds and the rain until we reached Gros Ventre Campground, where Uncle John had help from Tree Rider and The Pres with setting up camp.  While it is not the prettiest campground in the park, it is the largest in the park.  It does not take reservations in advance, but almost never fills up.  We’d spend two nights here.

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April 3, 2020

Yellowstone National Park – Wyoming/Montana

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Yellowstone National Park Website – https://www.nps.gov/yell/index.htm Wyoming and Montana

So back in 2016, we had a great six days in Glacier National Park.  But the kids had never been this far West before, so (twist our arm), we planned to take them to Yellowstone National Park.

So after a long day of driving north to south through Montana, and a night’s camping in southern Montana…

We stopped at Grant-Kors Ranch National Historic Site that day too.  Lassoing isn’t going well!

… we made it to Yellowstone [...]

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March 29, 2020

Glacier National Park – St Mary, Montana

Glacier National Park Website – https://www.nps.gov/glac/index Waterton Lakes National Park (Glacier’s sister park in Canada) – https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/ab/waterton/ St Mary, Montana

Back in 2017, our big adventure was having a new baby.  But in 2016, we took a month-long road trip out to Montana.  The highlight of our trip?  6 days in Glacier National Park!  Even though it is in the middle of nowhere, this was the 10th most visited national park in 2019 with 3 million visitors, which tells you how amazing it is.  And it’s amazing.

We had spent our previous day in a hotel room by a giant penguin…

 

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December 26, 2019

Before Penn: A Day in New Castle with Hal Taylor

So sometimes I really hate history people.  For example, whenever I read about the exploration and settlement of the Americas.  The people who did this are ADVENTURERS!  Sometimes they are PIRATES (err… PRIVATEERS)!  They are going into the UNKNOWN!  It’s DANGEROUS.  They could all DIE.  Often times THEY DO.  Early European settlers in the New World are the same situation.  These people had to be at least half crazy!  Yet crack open a book on this period and…

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I mean, they manage to make Henry Hudson getting launched into Hudson Bay in [...]

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