To travel means to move, to go from town to town and from city to city and in our case from Idaho Falls to West Yellowstone. Nice for us to pass all those landscapes and little farm places and to say more than once: “Look, it’s like in the movies!”. But there is, beloved readers, not more to tell apart from the fact that we are climbing towards Yellowstone National Park and that we feel a bit like being tired of the height difference. We are children of the sun, heat and sea, and none of them are here… we feel orphans between these big rising giant covered with snow.
If you are planning to visit Yellowstone National Park, entering from the West entrance, we think the best option is entering directly. West Yellowstone village exists because people take it as the last stop before entering in the park so in this town shopping and lodging are actually more expensive as most Yellowstone alternatives.
Thank you for reading. We’ll write you tomorrow.