Jane and I started the day off at McDonald's singing Happy Birthday and eating birthday cake with a group of seniors. We left Cody, Wyoming and made our first stop at the Buffalo Bill Dam. It is a pretty cool dam built in 1910, narrow and 300 feet tall. It feeds four small powerhouses. Yellowstone Park is looking burned up still from the huge forest fire in 1988. The lake is huge. The geyser was better than I thought and the park must be about the size of New Brunswick.
We hope to make it to St. Ignatius, Montana tomorrow and Grand Forks, B.C. on Wednesday.