Tuesday, June 26, 2007

RV Camping and Moose!

After spending the weekend fairly close to a busy forest service access road, we do a little exploring for a spot further off the "main drag". There are many places to camp dispersed in the Shoshone National Forest, and it just depends on how far you want to drive on a washboardy road!

We packed up and moved a little over a mile, and we have an excellent camp spot with good views of the mountains, hills, trees, and lot of interesting rock formations.

Casey, the Golden Patrolman, woke us up at 5:30 this morning to a mama moose and her calf not 20 feet from the motor home! Awesome!

Our blue skies are a bit hazy today and we can smell the smoke from the Horse Creek fire over in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. According to the Forest Service InciWeb site it's 10% contained but appears to have grown some since yesterday. We'll keep an eye on it!

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