Last Saturday I left on my way to Yellowstone National Park.
I stopped in St George at Snow Valley State Park. It was hot!
I loved this State Park. I would call it a hidden gem. The campground had well spaced spots. I unpack my bike. Thanks to Colin taking it to the bike shop for me, it is working perfectly.
I left early in the morning and headed up 15 stopping at Kolab Canyons National Park. This is
a part of Zion National Park. I spend about an hour looking at beautiful scenery and then head onward.
I camped at Hyrum State Park. It’s North of Salt Lake City and on a quiet lake.
I stated out early in the morning and made my way to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, getting there at 11:30 a.m.. I decided to spend an hour or so walking around town. I went to 2 high end art galleries and other interesting shops. I really enjoyed walking around Jackson Hole. It was a beautiful day to continue on to Yellowstone National Park. I camped that night at Bridge Bay Campground and rode my bike to Yellowstone Lake.
Tuesday morning and I arrived at my “Sketching the Landscape in Yellowstone” class and checked into
Yellowstone Institute in Lamar Valley. I had to work my way through loads of tourists and herds of Buffalo. It was great to be there. The next blog will be all about The Sketching Class. It was wonderful.
Saturday a.m I have found WiFi at the Chamber of Commerce in Gardiner, Montana. I have 45 minutes to use the WiFi so I will post part 2 all about the sketching class next time I get to WiFi.