It took 13 hours but we made it to the Ranger Creek Campground in one day. That's a record! If we had known the last two mile stretch of road was smoother than usual, we might have made it all the way to Park Reservoir, our final destination, but we didn't. Instead we arrived early Sunday morning, July 5, and parked the camper in a very nice spot. It always feels good to arrive!
Alyson and Skipper are happy to get out of the truck.
We were very lucky that a family friend showed up with motorcycle ramps and helped us to unload those bikes.
The anticlimactic conclusion to my previous post (I won't make you wait any longer to find out how we got home) was that cousin Ken decided to put three motorcycles on his trailer so we only had to load one motorcycle into the back of our truck. We put a lot of his gear into our truck and camper. They left Wyoming the same time we did, came to our house and spent the night, then reloaded all their gear the next morning and headed home to Arizona. We really appreciated their help in getting up there and back.
I'm happy to be home, back on my computer and ready to post a series of very scenic shots from northern Wyoming. To see beautiful scenery from around the world, check out Scenic Sunday.