Being a tourist at Yellowstone

Saturday, August 21st, Bozeman MT to Yellowstone NP

After spending a few relaxing days in Bozeman, MT, I make it to Yellowstone National Park. I ride through the park and find a place to setup camp early in the day, so I can go explore the park with a lighter load.

I took a hike from my campsite and walked around this lake for a while. The sky was gorgeous

Camp setup for the night. The neighbors were all nice and offered me beer at night and chai tea in the morning. Bob – post that Chai recipe here!

At the lower falls in Yellowstone

And you have to see Old Faithful if you're at Yellowstone

More bison. At least these ones aren’t bothered by me in the slightest

My first elk sighting! A big bull male with a gigantic rack. He was about 200 feet from my campsite and 20 feet from me

After not having any bear issues at the camp (dang it – I’m still hoping to see my first bear), I leave in the morning to hike at the Grand Tetons and spend the night in Jackson, WY.

About Sper

LA born. Michigan raised. Current Chicagoan. Technology nerd. Motorcycleπ enthusiast. I quit my job, sold all of my stuff, and am riding my dream through the US, Canada, Latin and South America.
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