When I was in Wyoming, I got Yellowstoned

I couldn't find the rest of this animal anywhere in the Bighorn National Forest in WY
Blackwater creek and I have a lot of unfinished business...
Entering Yellowstone I felt like a little kid entering Disneyland... seriously, there were lots of people there taking a long 4th of July weekend.
All I could think about was buffalo burgers...

The views of Yellowstone have spoiled my sense of natural beauty.

... It was a long day, which left me bored and tired while preparing dinner camping...

I slept surprisingly well after a pretty solid meal and a few brewskis despite my congested state. I woke up feeling up for a ride, so I headed back into the park and up passed Obsidian cliffs. It may have been the coolest road ride that I've ever been on, despite my lack of fully functional airways. About 56 miles and 4,000 ft of climbing in what is in my opinion the most scenic part of the country.
I have to apologize for the fact that this blog has turned into a super lame travel blog, but for some reason I feel the need to document my adventures, as I have nobody to share the views, memories, and experiences with. Maybe I can find the time to share things other than my travels.

It sure is nice to be able to relax a bit in Missoulahhh, MT.



  1. beyyyyonn you take those silly glasses off. misssss youuuuu should prolly let you know that we are still eating plenty of jew out here. tschuss