While we were on our latest trip, we had APRS running on my ham radio and it captured our route. Here is a picture of the route thanks to Google Earth.
We left Grand Teton National Park this morning and started our three-day trip back home.
This was kind of a lazy day for us. In the morning, we went to the Jenny Lake Overlook and hiked down the trail along the lakeshore to the Jenny Lake campground and back.
Grand Teton National Park is a great place to see fabulous mountain peaks and lakes.
Our time in Yellowstone National Park was almost up. Today, we are driving from Yellowstone to Grand Teton National Park, a leisurely 64 miles from our campsite in Yellowstone to our campsite in Grand Teton.
Today was geyser day at Yellowstone for us. We toured the rest of the geyser basins around Old Faithful, the Upper and Lower Geyser Basins.
I forgot to mention yesterday that we were slightly delayed while coming in to Yellowstone. But now I can mention it again with a better photo of the bison that slowed us down.
We arrived last night in Yellowstone NP after a very long day of driving. We drove 487 miles in 10 hours to go from Glacier NP to Yellowstone NP.
Today, we drove to Many Glacier, a valley in the northeast park of Glacier National Park. I assume it was named because at one time, there were many glaciers there.
Today wasn't as great a day of exploring as yesterday.