Day 4

 

Leaving Irwin, Idaho heading to Bozeman, Montana thru Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Park. Total 226 miles, not a long distance, but with winding roads it took longer.


Here's what we look like in the morning. Afraid? I feel great! I slept like a baby throughout the night until some small animal making knocking or scratching noise against my tent steel bar. Calvin started barking and I woke up. That's 4am. We never knew what animal was it after I shook the tent and scared it away. To calm Calvin down, I open the tent and having him look around the area with flash light on. Then he knew everything was fine.

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After seeing this beautiful view, we wish our family is sharing this with us. 

After seeing this beautiful view, we wish our family is sharing this with us. 

Grand Teton South Entrance

Grand Teton South Entrance

The crowd has shy us away from taking a photo of the entrance sign.

The crowd has shy us away from taking a photo of the entrance sign.

I-191 Nirth to Montana

I-191 Nirth to Montana

Overnight stay at a private room in this beautiful 30 acres land.

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Sunset is just fantastic in Montana!!!!

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Good night. Until tomorrow. 

Good night. Until tomorrow. 

Day 3

We didn't do much driving today. Decided to rest and do camping. Found a campsite via Airbnb by the river, 1 hour south of Grand Teton. 

Route 26 has a beautiful scenery toward the campsite.

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At the campsite it was a difficult decision where to set the tent. Next to the roof deck, on top of the roof deck or the opposite which underneath the tree. Underneath the tree was the best choice, got some shade and at night it'll block the wind and warmer than outside the open area. 

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Beautiful sunset and listening to water flowing is so peace and calm.

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And of course we have neighbors too. You can reserve the site with tent or cabins.  

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And you probably wondering what toilet and shower? It's a portable potty, doesn't smell and outdoor shower with hot water, pretty cool except it gets cold so dress quickly.

For dinner, I bought KFC from Idaho Falls.