Fast Facts about my Western Adventure 2009

National Parks Visited: 4 (Theodore Roosevelt South Unit, Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Glacier, Theodore Roosevelt North Unit)
Where I spent the Night:
Theodore Roosevelt South Unit Campground (Night 1)
A KOA Campground south of Livingston, MT (Night 2)
Slough Creek Campground, Yellowstone (Nights 3-6)
Fishing Bridge Campground, Yellowstone (Nights 7-8)
Missouri Headwaters State Park Campground, near Three Forks, MT (Night 9)
The Home of the Senior Olsons (Nights 10-11)
Two Medicine Campground, Glacier National Park (Nights 12-13)
Theodore Roosevelt North Unit Campground (Night 14)
Inches of Snow that fell in Yellowstone: 4
Amount of Rain that fell in Yellowstone: Too Damn Much!
Number of Car Accidents: 1, on the Road between Fishing Bridge and Canyon, in Yellowstone
Number of Geysers seen: Just one, Old Faithful
Major Waterfalls Seen:
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River
Tower Falls (Yellowstone)
Gibbon Falls (Yellowstone)
Lewis Falls (Yellowstone)
Running Eagle Falls (Glacier)
Aster Falls (Glacier)
Glaciers Seen:
Jackson Glacier (Glacier)
Major animals Seen and photographed:
Fox
Coyote
Bison
Elk
Moose (including a Moose baby!)
Mule Deer
Bighorn Sheep
Pronghorn Antelope
Marmot
Badger
Prairie Dog
Pelican
(Felicia saw a Black Bear, too)
Highest Point Reached: 10947 feet, on the Beartooth Pass east of Yellowstone.
Number of Audiobooks finished: 1 (Furies of Calderon, Jim Butcher). We also started but did not complete the second book in the series.
Interstates Traveled:
I-94, Rogers, MN to its end in Billings, MT (West)
I-90, Billings to Livingston (West)
I-90, Bozeman to Three Forks (West)
I-94, Dickinson, ND to Rogers, MN (East)
State Capitol Buildings Seen: 1 (Helena, MT)