If I can make one recommendation my all time favorite Yellowstone trip is Bechler Canyon, best trip ever if you like waterfalls. It's in the SW corner of the park, trailhead is at the Bechler ranger station.marlin said:I plan on doing a 2 day hike. No car for me. Just gotta find a good spot, say a 15-20 mile round trip on foot. I will probably end up winging it and just finding something that looks interesting. Depends if anyone else wants to tag along. Snow should be no problem, I have cold weather gear, just means I am in for some cold nights. Its the mornings that suck, awfully hard to get out of the bag when its 20 degrees outside and you have to break camp :shock:
I am only gonna be there for about 7 weeks, the ship deploys in December, and is headed to Norfolk,VA for refueling the reactors. That takes 3-5 years.Mediamonkey11 said:Movin' to Everett? Going to commute to Oak Harbor I take it then... Yellowstone sounds really fun, I'll talk it over with a couple people see if they wanna plan something
Problem is, I have no way to get the truck to Norfolk when we get back unless I burn a week of leave a thousand bucks in gas. I could ship it, but that is running around 1500-2000 bucks now. Booo!!!!!psguardian said:I'm sure you could ride shotgun on some trails up here in the PNW, or just pay for a tandem axle trailer rental, & slap it b refund the uhaul they rent u.
We did the Grand Canyon last cross country trip. This is our 4th coast to coast move. Gotta love burning tax payers dollars, they could just pick a coast and leave me there, but that would be too easy. Norfolk to San Diego, back to Norfolk, then to Guam, then to San Diego, now in Charleston, and next up Everett, then back to Norfolk again. I don't wanna know how many thousands this costs. As long as I don't go back to San Diego again, I am fine. I hated that place, both times...Cronk said:I've been wanting to do the Grand Canyon for a long time, would love to join you. I have the same problem though, only so many days of PTO that I don't want to burn. Not to mention the price of gas to get there.
I lived on the western side just outside of Bozeman right next to the Gallatin Gap. I lived in Bozo proper for a while too though.Sags said: