A morning Visitor.
While we were sitting around our camp this morning, this Blue Heron, flew into the top of a tree across from us.
When he flew in he made a big squawk, as if to say; “hey you guys you are in my spot.”
The whole time he was there, he preened and made grumbling noises as if to complain that we were not leaving fast enough.
We finally around 10:30 left him to his fishing and continued our travels north.
Some Nice Rocks.
As we traveled along we passed these neat rocks.
Eventually we crossed the border into Wyoming.
This part of Wyoming is mostly high desert.
Near Bridger State Park we finally saw some Buffalo; they were in a pasture but they were good to see.
After a couple of hours of driving we entered Idaho.
When we got to Montpelier, Idaho it was about 3:00 pm. Even though it was early we decided to get a room as I was exhausted from over a month of driving everyday.
Bob split from us today and is heading for the Jarbidge area in Nevada.
Tomorrow we are heading for Idaho Falls where we will stay with Jo Ann and Dave for a couple of days.
As it turns out, Idaho Falls is one of the spots where the solar eclipse can be seen. We will be just in time to see it.