On Friday we pulled into the park. I have to say I never saw Wendy so excited to leave somewhere. We arrived about two hours before our scheduled time. Thankfully that was no problem for the park.
We were shown to our campsite and able to begin to set up. We then trekked up to the main office for our park pass. We start our full week of training beginning Monday. Until then we have the weekend free to settle in and get a glimpse of the park.
We were very eager to find out what we would be able to get for services. Turns out we do have cell phone coverage (Sprint) and Verizon air card seems OK. The bad is the only TV is 3 PBS channels. We have not gone to dish, only utilizing our RV antenna. Oh well, we can live without TV as long as we have Internet.
Well its early in the year and cold so the camping is slow. Later were told this is the busiest campground in the park.( They have eight different campgrounds). Should be a good learning experience.
Our campground is Game Lodge Campground. It has 55 sites and 11 cabins all sites are suppose to be reservation only. More about the job after we get trained.
|Love our site!! Mountain Goats.|
The wildlife loop is nicely located just outside our campground. It is a 18 mile loop. We saw many buffalo, pronghorn, mule deer, whitetail deer, prairie dogs, and the begging donkeys. Not bad for the first day.
|One of the creek crossing|