Posting the last set of photos from a trip is always hard. I feel like I'm on a little mini extension of the trip when I'm posting photos and getting comment on them and re-living the trip, if only for a few minutes each day.
Now I have to focus on the real world for a while because our next trip isn't until November... and then we'll be moving in December, and then I have no idea when we'll really travel again!
Thank goodness for baby stuff to keep my mind off of it!
Any ways, the last post from our Yellowstone trip:
Grand Tetons National Park.
One thing people never talk about when they talk about traveling is the bathroom issue. I've always had a small bladder and needed to use the restroom a little more than most, but now it's quite frankly ridiculous. Most days, I have to go every 45 minutes or so. I can't even make it a full hour.
The problem with Wyoming is that there are not always towns exactly 45 minutes apart... and there is NOTHING to hide behind most of the way. No trees, no bushes, just dry grassland.
The first gas station we found outside of the Tetons was closed. So was the second. I had finally given up and told Ryan just to pull off on the next dirt road he saw when we saw the most gorgeous sight I had ever seen.
A graffiti'd Exxon Mobil sign.
Last but not least, jammies.
We really liked some super cute, gender-neutral, brown and white bear jammies in one of the Yellowstone gift shops... but they were $30 and I couldn't justify spending that on jammies that would be worn for three months at the absolute most. Well when we got back, I set out to find some gender neutral bear jammies... and I found some for six bucks. Adorable, right?