I knew about Yellowstone before I arrived here was that it was the
first national park established in our country and that it was the
home of Old Faithful and Yogi Bear.
sure I'd seen travel specials on it, but don't remember being moved
enough to make it a destination goal. When I discovered that my
most direct path back to Austin would take us through Yellowstone
and the Grand Tetons, I was pleased but not particularly thrilled
about it. I thought that level of excitement had been spent in Alaska
and Canada, but boy was I wrong!
we arrived through the north gate, we were both exclaiming, "I
didn't think it would be THIS beautiful!" I was told that the
only RV park that could accommodate my size home and car was the
one that cost the most - in fact the most expensive night I've paid
for a space to park in the 2 years that I've been RVing - $33.00
per night. And it's not even that nice a park, but it does have
full hookups and from what I've seen of the park just driving 60
miles into it so far, I am sure it will be worth it just to see
this wonder of a place.