On request by one of the readers of this blog, I am posting a bad weather picture for those who had to stay home.
Of course, that particular day was anyway dedicated to traveling a bit southwards as my finally 5 days and nights at West Yellowstone did come to an end. The extension of 1 day to my original plan just was fitting right.
While I was used to people stopping their car anywhere in the Yellowstone National Park to observe some animals, typically Elks, I wondered what was so important that the same thing happened on plain route outside the park. Soon I realized that, someone has spotted a bald headed eagle, which of course for americans triggers patriotic feelings. I have to admit, it’s a nice bird, but to see it just from a distance over 300 meters does makes it a bit hard to get to excited.