WASHINGTON — After 2,000 road miles, three national parks, five campsites, and three junior ranger patches, we are back at home in Boulder, Colorado.
It started with a night in Yellowstone, followed by hours on the open roads of Montana. We spent four-and-a-half days hiking and paddling through the expansive beauty of Glacier National Park, hit Yellowstone again on the way back down, and spent one final night in Grand Teton before heading home.
I no longer smell like Deet and campfire smoke, and I’m not sure how I feel about that.
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