We stayed in a simple place, but one of our favs, Rawlins, WY in southern Wy which we seem to be able to make in one day. After a hard day of driving, we only do bare minimum to set up, but came filled with water so were both looking forward to a hot relaxing shower....or so we thought.
But the Tetons are the best - even through a feelthy, buggy windshield! We were early so decided to stop off at Colter Bay in Grand Tetons as I've always wanted to try this spot. For a National Park, and considering a famous well-know national park this RV full-hookups doesn't disappoint, as most of the time National Park RV Parks are very cramped and most of the time they don't exist. The rustling pines were a delightful relaxation sound and we both slept really well.
Goodbye to Tetons and off to Yellowstone.
This really looks like the first day of opening for the Beartooth Highway.
This year we noticed that even in Mammoth Hot Springs, that there was a little snow remaining. All the rivers and streams are full and some overflowing, which will make animal hunting interesting in the next weeks.