Hi everyone, it has been much too long since I have posted an update to our blog and for that I apologize. I have been doing this blog since the beginning of 2006 and I think I was getting burned out. Of course, if I’d done my updates in a more timely manner, I wouldn’t have this problem. Anyway, I am going to try and update it to our current time, just bear with me, I have lots of pictures to share in the last year alone, never mind while we were in West Yellowstone….I just discovered a blog post that I never posted, probably because I thought something happened to the pics I was going to post, but, guess what, they are still on the post…so I will try and get that posted somehow and be more up to date than I thought I was….
Hi everyone! Well, it has been 6 weeks since we arrived at the West Yellowstone KOA . We had a nice uneventful drive up here once we left Las Vegas and was glad to get out of the heat of the desert.
|great views all around|
|views from the back of our campsite|
|looking through the trees at cabins and rv sites|
|deluxe sites, deluxe cottages|
the landscape is mostly wide open spaces, so as we came
|snow right up against the boards|
the father of the son who owns it now planted each of the trees by hand way back in the early 60's. This is a big
|entrance to swimming pool|
cabins and tents.
When we got here in early May, they were just opening up everything up, because of the late snow they didn't get it open as early as they would have liked.
|it's as nice inside as it looks|
|dorm rooms above the garage and beyond that the owner's house|
Since it was Saturday when we arrived, we were told to take the weekend off to get settled in and come to work on Monday morning. As it
|on the way to the Grand Tetons|
|Looking at the Teton Range towering above Jackson Lake|
|looking at a glacier|
|Entrance to the National Museum of Wildlife Art|
|Ron playing cowboy in a bar in Jackson, WY|
|Entrance to city park made of antlers|
|where we had Mother's Day dinner|
driving and seeing the beautiful surroundings
|Looking at the western side of the Grand Tetons in Idaho|