Category Archive: Travel

Glacier NP

Saturday/Sunday July 5-6, 2014 Arrived in Glacier NP by early afternoon. It was the Independence Day long weekend here so quite a few campgrounds inside the park were full. We managed to get… Continue reading

Yellowstone NP to Missoula

Friday July 4, 2014 Freezing cold when we packed up to leave at 6am. Beautiful early morning light, we stopped at the Norris Great Basin geyser field and the Paintpot eruptions before heading… Continue reading

Yellowstone NP

Thursday July 3, 2014 Early morning start to visit the Southern loop of the park. One WOW moment gave way to another as the size and the changing nature of the subsurface activity… Continue reading

Grand Tetons NP to Yellowstone NP

Wednesday July 2, 2014 Drive north through the Grand Tetons,  on the way into Yellowstone. We could see why Jenny Lake campground was so popular. It is right in the middle of most… Continue reading

Grand Teton NP

Tuesday July 1, 2014 Early start to reach Jenny Lake campground in the middle of the park. Spots are allocated by first come first served. Passed through stunning meadows framed by giant mountain… Continue reading

Rock Springs to Grand Teton NP

Monday June 30, 2014 As we left Rock Spring, the flatness of the landscape soon gave way to distant snow covered mountain peaks.  By lunchtime we made it to Jackson Hole which is… Continue reading

Aspen/Snowmass to Rock Spring

Sunday June 29th, 2014  A long day in the car travelling north into Wyoming and the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Parks. We drove through a flat and featureless landscape that reminded us… Continue reading


Saturday – June, 28, 2014 We were in Aspen for Hammer to take part in the Aspen Backcountry Marathon. We stayed in a ski-lodge in Snowmass for two nights. It was a short… Continue reading

Telluride to Aspen/Snowmass

Friday, June 27, 2014 Another long road-trip that included the most hair-raising, white-knuckle drive ever – getting through Independence Pass on the way to Aspen.  The pass is at over 12,000  feet –… Continue reading

Mesa Verde to Telluride

Thursday June 26, 2014 Most of the early morning we spent visiting the archaeological ruins  of Mesa  Verde. Toured the ranger guided Balcony dwellings and then visited the spots we could get to… Continue reading

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