After leaving Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks behind, we had a harrowing drive through some narrow, winding roads and a mountain pass over 9,000 feet in elevation. That drive had the most beautiful scenery but there was no place to pull over. I was dying to take pictures. This one is at the top of the pass.
We spent two uneventful days and nights in Cody, Wyoming. We did some basic life stuff like picking up groceries, catching up on laundry, that sort of thing.
Then we hooked up and headed out for Devil’s Tower National Monument in Eastern Wyoming.
The campground where we stayed is at the base of Devil’s Tower and the views are spectacular. All of the photos in this post were taken from within the campground.
I love the green foliage against the red rocks of the canyon.
And the teepees are so fun. Can you see Murphy?
We spent two nights in this beautiful place. It was hot but dry, and there was so much space for Murphy to run. I hated to leave.
Here’s a photo of Devil’s Tower at night. It really takes on a creepy feel, but it’s still beautiful.
Off to South Dakota!
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Thanks Sandy! Murphy says Hi! You have a very high opinion of my super powers. I sure have you fooled.
Thank you! I am completely terrified of alien shows and movies so I blocked that part out. They even show the movie at the campground every night.
Great pictures . . . Hugs to sweet Murphy . . . Stay safe! You are my adventure hero!
Awesome pictures. Love the eerie look of Devil's Tower at dusk. Safe travels.