Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Wednesday in Wyoming -- September 11, 2013
As you probably guessed from the shape, the buses are definitely historic. They were built between 1936 and 1938. Fortunately you don't have to worry about cracked leather or any of the other problems you might associate with vehicles of that age. They've been restored, and unlike school or commercial buses, they have multiple doors, making it easier for riders to get on and off. To add to the fun, there's a soft top that rolls back so riders can get better views of wildlife and geysers and everything that makes Yellowstone so special.
I have to admit that I haven't ridden in one, but it's time for me to schedule another trip to Yellowstone, and this time I just might ride in one of the yellow buses.