I've made it back from Yellowstone, and am relaxing in South Dakota for a few days. Here's some of the oddities I've encountered over the past couple weeks in Wyoming and Montana:
- Yellowstone advises slower travelers to pull over when a "tail" develops behind them -- guess this guy doesn't care because he always has one:
- The Rotel -- the front is bus-like for travel, and the back opens out and contains bunks for sleeping:
- Sushi AND Greek? And they were never open:
- A Model A pulling a Teardrop -- the front of the teardrop has the bed, and the kitchen opens from the rear:
- When was the last time you saw a real haystack in a field?
- A Room With A View:
- And finally, I went for a walk one evening and saw an elk grazing near the Yellowstone river in Gardiner, Montana. As I watched, it became apparent that he had a playmate -- a dog joined her, and they took turns chasing each other and running through the sprinkler. Ah, summer!