About

Have camera & Casita/will travel seems to sum it up for me. Photography is something I truly enjoy and sharing my photos with others gives me great pleasure. In 2008 I got my Casita trailer and have found it a wonderful way to see this great country. My 3 dogs travel with me and share my adventures on the road. This blog will be about sharing the experiences and some of the sights, but not about the everyday details.
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14 comments on “About

  1. Look forward to following your blog, Jean. Yours will be the first blog I’ve ever followed, and know I will like it already; loved the photos as always. Donna

  2. Nice pics Jean! Looks like you had a wonderful time. Look forward to seeing you soon. Best wishes and warm regards. Shorty sends…

  3. Sorry Sandy but I think you must have me confused with someone else. I retired several years ago. Never had an employee, I was one. What is this HTR you mention?

    • I’m sorry! I thought sure you were my old boss, Jean. She and her husband owned a property management company and real estate franchise.

  4. Jean, We met you at the Gros Ventre Campground the morning after you arrived. It was nice meeting you and learning of your adventures. I love your pictures of the Aurora Borealis in Yellowstone. How lucky for you to have seen the northern lights! I hope you are continuing to enjoy the wildlife in the Tetons. Has anything exciting happened since we met? Are you still camping in Loop C or did you decide to move to Loop A? How much longer do you anticipate you will be there? We are hoping to make it back in a few weeks. Hope we get to see you again. LORIE

    • Hi, Good to hear from you. Thanks for your kind words about the Aurora, it is always so special to see that. I’m still in loop C and really like the site I have. The action has been pretty erratic. The day after you left the 3 bulls were sparring on the west side of the entrance drive. After that they sort of disappeared then one of the big bulls has been around a few times with 2 cows. The other big bull laid down out near the road for 10 hours last Sunday! Then Monday morning I spotted him west of the G loop with a cow, haven’t seen him since. On my way back to my site the bull and 2 cows were in loop E among the trailers. No place to park and I won’t take photos of them when the background is full of RVs so I didn’t stop. The same bull and cows were down by the river the other day then not around for a few days but this morning he was back near the amphitheater with 3 cows. Eventually he and 2 of the cows went down to the river. I have no idea where the 3rd cow went. Sometimes I swear they get beamed up and to another location like magic.

      It’s been down in the 20s the last 3 mornings, pretty nippy! But it warms up nicely during the day. I think we may get rain tonight, I need to check the forecast.

      Fewer people staying in the campground now, I’m not sure it is even filling, that’s so different from the last 2 weeks! But there are still lots of folks around when the moose are spotted.

      Right now I have this site until Sept. 27 but I may stay a few days longer. It will depend on the weather to some extent and the moose. I have some flexible time before my reservation at the Grand Canyon so I’ll just see how it goes.

      I hope to see you again.

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