We love staying in nationals and state parks. While no two places are alike, most of the time, we are surrounded by nature. The Mammoth Hot Spring Campground is located on a hillside and we had fabulous mountain views. $10 with our America the Beautiful Senior Pass, we could overlook its basic facilities.
Fishing Village RV Park, our last night's accommodation was excellent. No tents or vehicles with canvas sides are permitted. Only hard-side vehicles are allowed. Modern and clean bathrooms with showers, laundry room, general store near by. The price was $54.45
We reluctantly said our "au revoir" and left Yellowstone exiting from the East Entrance. A few more stops along the road to record scenes that are too beautiful to drive-by.
Lunch stop at "Speakeasy" Greybull Hotel in Greybull. http://www.historichotelgreybull.com/menu/
Simple but satisfying meal. Service was excellent and other diners were friendly and welcoming.
Our drive on Route 14 through Bighorn National Forest took us through beautiful vermillion colored cliffs, canyons and waterfalls.
We are back in Buffalo and staying at Indian Campground & RV Park. Taking advantage of strong WiFi, J.J. and I are catching up with news and correspondence.
Aloha -- Cathi