Ready to camp! Camping at Flagg Ranch Campground between Yellowstone National Park and the Grand Tetons National Park, Wyoming. Between the trees the north end of the Teton range is visible.
Just some trivia: the day we broke camp, we found ice on our tent poles! The temperature was 29 degrees F in July at approximately 7500′ elevation. 😉
Ready to camp! Camping in Banff, Alberta, Ca.
Ready for bed! Good night all!
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Oh thank you fiveR! I appreciate that!
Have fun! It’s nice being away from the city, relaxing and breathing fresh air 🙂
Yes it is. I love it in the mountains!
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They say it’s gonna snow and rain tomorrow. So NO am not ready to camp, Judy! Thanks! 😆
Nice shots. 🙂
No….I’m not a diehard camper. I’m a fair weather camper! When it rains we visit museums, go to a movie, or go to a mall! lol
I love the mountains and sky in the first photo 🙂
Thanks! We could see them out the back window of the tent..it was cool!
I’m ready to camp 🙂
nice place and nice photos 🙂
Thank you, dear friend. And I am ready to give you a big hug. 😉
Beautiful place to camp!
Hi Fergimoto…thanks it was! I love the mountains!
Beautiful pictures! Must have been real fun.
Hi Bindu! It was…I love both places…but not fond of BEARS! 😉
Gotta to love those trees and elevation. I used to camp at 10,000 ft when I lived in Colorado!
Ahhh, yes. Colorado is beautiful. But we rented a condo when we were there! 😉 We were at 9500′ in Winter Park.
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I am ready to have fun and explore the beauty of the park but I wasn’t sure about the 29 degrees freezing temp. In Houston, I’m already shivering at 40’s….
Beautiful photos with an exciting story to go. Wishing you all life’s sweet blessings.
Thank you! I agree with you! 29 degrees in July is COLD! 😉 That’s winter temperatures for us!
Beautiful. I’ve heard how wonderful Bamff is for the outdoors; skiing, camping and more. 🙂
Hi Eliz….it’s gorgeous…breathtakingly beautiful! I can’t wait to go back. The glacial silt makes the lakes turquoise…amazing…and all the glaciers! I only went in the summer, but I’ve heard the same about winter activities. I’ll be posting more photos from there.
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Thanks for the link….loving your blog!