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A quick update on the Long Haul Life Podcast – it’s not over! It’s been a busy 4th quarter for 2017. I do apologize that there hasn’t been a new podcast in quite some time. There will be a lot of new content coming in 2018. I will get podcasts out on a regular schedule. Plus, I have plans for video content on YouTube! That’s where I hope to convey what life on the road is like.
I’m looking forward to all that 2018 is going to bring!
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!
I am so happy every time I get to drive through Yellowstone National Park. It’s my favorite park! Granted, I’m not allowed to drive through most parts of the park in a commercial vehicle, but trucks can drive up and down U.S. 191 on the western edge of the park in Montana (and 5 miles of Wyoming) without a problem. It’s the main route for trucks between Bozeman, MT and Idaho Falls, ID.
We vacationed there in the summer of 2011 as a family and fell in love with the place. It’s huge! We could spend a month there and not want to leave. The wildlife, rivers, falls, geysers (Old Faithful), hot pools, bisons, bears, wolves, and so much more to see will have us going back more in the future.
The Gallatin River winds it’s way down along this road. We rafted down that river making a lot of memories as we went along. So as I drive through there, those memories come back to me. That’s why I love driving through there.
Entering Yellowstone National Park on US 191 in Montana