In Summer, driving drives me happy until the Yellowstone National Park route doesn’t need to be driven.
Two years ago I wrote this: “The Yellowstone National park hosts unnumbered loads of visitors warping the roads and the trails like divisions of tanks on parade onto a crystalline meadow.”
Then, 2017 . . .
Early morning, and mourning each beats at a dream place at Grand Teton National Park, and targeting the north, Helena of Montana, thanks the old Tweety (my yellow Hummer H2), via the south west passage through the Yellowstone National Park, and expecting to avoid the insane traffic jams, that morning the on-the-road-again-tempo started.
Soon a traffic jam occurred. But a weird one.
Dozens of bison families were keeping their right on a road toward the south. Heading the north, Tweety was able to pass. Whereas, behind the confident families, hundreds of vehicles heading to Old Faithful, to the south so, were stuck, glued, pinned at the asphalt.
Did I tell you that I dislike human-droves early in the morning?
Written, Filmed, Edited and Directed by Philippe Bouyer-Gray.
Music by Drew D’Ascentis (ASCAP) and Sterling Campbell (ASCAP)
Yes My Friend Publishing (ASCAP)
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