We stopped for dinner at a Culver’s (similar to a Five Guys) around 7pm and then drove straight through to just east of Yellowstone National Park. We drove 29 hours straight from the Dayton, OH area to a camp site near Yellowstone with the only stops being for bathroom breaks, snacks and to get gas. We also spent a little time in Cheyenne setting my vehicle up in a storage facility. Our goal was to get breakfast in Cheyenne but when we got downtown we found out it was the Cheyenne Frontier Days festival and we just caught the end of it. The picture below shows the old John Deere tractors from the 1930’s.
7/31/17 On Monday, we left Yellowstone and drove to Idaho Falls and stayed at the Snake River RV campground. They had showers and laundry facilities which was nice since I have been wearing most of the same stuff for 3+ days. In Idaho Falls we also picked up more gear and provisions. I was able to take 2 hot showers and they had an all you can eat pancake breakfast for $3.00!
8/1/17 On Tuesday, we drove to the Corn Creek campsite and boat launch which is where we will put the rafts on the Salmon River. We camped for the night and started prepping gear for Tue morning. As you can see from the picture below, it was clear that Dave was not building the raft right so I had to correct him.