Getting to Yellowstone and back is not a straight shot from here.
We left at 5:30 am and flew from Savannah to Atlanta, then Atlanta to Minneapolis/St. Paul then to Billings---Bozeman is closer to the park, but has fewer flights. Then we had a drive of over a 100 miles to the cabin, it rained for 90 miles and snowed for 30. Coming back we flew Billings to Salt Lake City to Atlanta to Savannah. It was a rough, but easy flight except for being delayed in Atlanta where we waited on the plane for an hour for someone's dog to show up. So we didn't get home until 2 am.
Glad we upgraded to a SUV, we had a Dodge Durango and it was great, will rent one like it next time we go regardless of the weather.
|Please excuse the window screen, too cold to go out for the shot|
Badger enjoyed the trip too, though he wondered why the buffaloes kept crossing the road.
Mac made a small snowman on the back porch, using my vitamins for his eyes and nose, badger liked him.