Last week the National Park Service briefly closed some park roads due to snowy conditions. That same day, I dug my ice scraper out of the back of my Subaru so I could clear my windshield of early-morning frost. And then I went fishing.
In some parts of the country, the months of September and October are a reliable extension of summer, with warm temperatures, sunshine and a continuation of summer adventures. And to a certain degree that’s also true here in Buffalo Bill’s Cody/Yellowstone Country.
Most days during the fall months are mild and pleasant. We usually see some snow, but it typically doesn’t hang around too long. There are still plenty of days left for outdoor adventures like fishing, golfing and hiking. As long as you wear the right stuff.
There’s an old Norwegian saying: “there’s no such thing as bad weather; only bad clothing.” Anyone who lives in Yellowstone Country knows this is true. This time of year, we keep those base layers, wool socks and water-resistant pants handy. But we also keep much Read More