Thursday, July 24, 2014


Sunday 13 July 2014

We went to Church in West Yellowstone, Montana. Then we drove into Idaho and back to Wyoming in order to reach the Bechler Region of the park, a considerably less visited area.

Mosquito times a trillion...

I am not even kidding.

We fought our way to Bechler Falls on a 3 mile round trip hike. We hiked along the Falls River (in Wyoming they call it "Falls River" and in Idaho they call it "Fall River"). We got to the confluence of the Falls River and the Bechler River so suddenly we were hiking along the Bechler. We actually hiked past the falls and just enjoyed the area as much as we could. We kept putting on more bug spray.

Somehow we managed to cook fajitas at our camp site. The wildflowers are endless! Our tent was relatively mosquito free and seemed like a true haven once I crawled in.

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