Yellowstone is full of wildlife, blissfully unafraid of human beings and wildly attracted to picnic baskets. The terrible thing, indicative of the most horrible decline of American culture, is that none of the neighbor’s children, ranging from kindergarten through seventh grade, had heard of either Yogi Bear or Jellystone. (Click on the thumbnail images to […]
Since I am known to be slightly crazed when behind the wheel of a car, it should be no surprise that Candy and I took off to see Grand Teton National Park and ended up driving all the way through it and up into Yellowstone. So much for a short, relaxing afternoon in the Tetons. […]
I have actually been to the Rockies on vacation before, twice, with Art, in fact, via land transportation. And it was beautiful both times – Rocky Mountain National Park on the near side (for Missouri) just north of Denver. So the trip to Yellowstone and the Tetons was a first for me. I am also […]
I first saw the Tetons when my father took us there for a family vacation in the early 1970s. I immediately fell in love with their grandeur and variety. I returned in 1979 on a camping trip with a college buddy (Ann Arbor to the Grand Canyon to the Tetons to Yellowstone and back, in […]
The first chapter of this travelogue takes us from St. Louis, MO to Jackson Hole, WY. Click on through for pictures and narration.
September has rolled around again which means that it is time for that age-old question: What did you do on your summer vacation? This year, Candy and I took a short “Indian Summer” vacation. We flew out to Jackson Hole, WY and spent a few days noodling around the Grand Teton and Yellowstone national parks. […]
May the road rise to meet you, May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face, The rains fall soft upon your fields.And until we meet again, May God hold you in the palm of his hand. May God be with you and bless you: May you see […]