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Sunday August 21- Travel Day- Henry’s Lake SP to Coulter Bay RV Park in Grand Teton NP

 We ran out of water this morning! Darn, and I thought we were doing so well. I grabbed one of our bottles of water to load the coffee machine, and Bob went out and hooked up to the water pedestal to give us a little water for traveling and dumping.

We left late this morning, about 10 AM. We drove through Yellowstone to get to Grand Tetons. This time we left the loop road and drove south to the south entrance to Yellowstone. As soon as we left the loop road, the road narrowed, losing its shoulders. UGH, with such a big rig, we like having shoulders. It was only 27 miles, but seemed longer, We cruised next to a beautiful canyon, fortunately, it was on the left! Just after we crossed out of the park and onto the 7 mile John D. Rockefeller highway, we pulled into a pull off and ate lunch. We continued on to Coulter Bay and the RV park there. Coulter Bay is in the northern part of Grand Teton National Park. Our site is nice, it is a long pull-thru. Much to Bob’s surprise, even with the heavy tree cover, we have satellite TV. We also have full hook-ups with 50 amp, so I immediately started laundry.

After set up, Bob walked the dogs. I made some of Nikki Huffstutler’s Pea Salad and some of Nancy Shambaugh’s orange salad (only with  cherry jell-o and cherries). We decided to go over to the village to check it out, then rode our bikes along the walkway that goes a ways around Coulter Bay. I did not take my camera, and will have to go back to take a picture, as it was just gorgeous.

We returned to the motor home and I kept working on laundry. We barbecued a brat for Bob and a lamb chop for me. We sat out until it became too cold, and then moved inside. We had to put on bug spray, as the ‘skeeters’ were pretty bad!

One Response

  1. Glad to see you guys made it to Colter Bay. Glad also the campground is working well for you.

    See you in Gillette. Have fun!

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