Wanderer's to the Cabin

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Day Trippin' In The Beartooth's

Last month the Big Guy and I took a day trip up over the Beartooth Pass here in Montana. Here are a few pics of the sights .


This is our new ride, 2006 PT Cruiser. Fun little car and way easier on gas than our 2001 Jeep Cherokee. The Big Guy still has some mods he wants to do on this.

The beautiful Beartooth Mountains. You can enlarge the pics for a better view.






The Beartooth Highway after you get way up there.

And a few new critters we haven't seen up there before.
We had never seen the Mountain Goats up here before, but this year we were at the right place and time. Over all there were over 30 goats with more than a dozen babies. 
This is only a few of them.




Hope you enjoyed our day trip.
We had a lot of fun drivin' from Montana to Wyoming and back. Unfortunately I didn't get a trip into Cody, Wyoming to go to Needlework Paradise formally The Iron Kettle, I thought they closed at 5:30 pm, so told a disappointed Big Guy (he thought it was his fault for checking out a few camping sights) not to bother since it was almost 5:00 pm and I would have only had 10 minutes to shop before they closed, only to find out when we got home that the store now has summer hours and stayed open until 8:00 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

Lesson learned: always check the website when your man offers to take you to the needlework store. I have been promised a trip to Cody in the future.

Take Care All & Happy Stitchin'
Hugs, Sandy

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures Sandy! Love the goats! Too bad about the store but when you do get there, have fun!

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  2. Beautiful pictures! Better luck next time on visiting the shop!

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  3. Lovely photos& pretty countryside.
    The mountain goats are very interesting. TFS.
    K.

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  4. Wow your pictures are great. Sounds like we have a lot in common.

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  5. It seems you had a wonderful day! :o))

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