Beartooth Highway

The weekend of June 30, 2007, Tracy and I decided to take a road trip to see the Beartooth Highway in northwestern Wyoming. All we can say is, “Wow.” It was really, really nice, and it reminded us there were still things we haven’t seen out west. We saw lots of glittering lakes, some grizzlies (including one with two cubs) and black bears in Yellowstone, some grizzly tracks on a trail outside the park, mountain goats, and just lots and lots of great views. We went into Yellowstone through the west entrance, and went out the east entrance. We drove to Cody, and then went from there up to the Beartooth Highway. We followed the highway out to Red Lodge, and camped on Saturday night. We then drove back up through Cooke City and back through Yellowstone on Sunday.

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