Historic Background for Grub Steak Tour
Tour to Yellowstone, a division of Grub Steak Expeditions, carries on the family tradition of sharing the beauty of Yellowstone with visitors since 1904. While generations come and go, some things never change, like the quality and value we provide. Bob Richard followed in the footsteps of his grandfather Fred, who was a partner of the Frost and Richard Ranch. In the early 1900s, Fred escorted guests of Buffalo Bill Cody through Yellowstone Park, entertaining them with tales of history, often from personal experience. They were one of the region’s most prominent tour operators of the time, driving stagecoaches for Yellowstone tours that took three weeks of bone-jarring travel.
As a former Yellowstone Park Ranger in the 1950s on the “horse patrol”, Bob Richard later owned, ran and personified Grub Steak Expeditions for decades. His guides have always been the most knowledgeable, friendly and people oriented locals you can find anywhere.
Today, Bob has passed the torch to his long time guide and friend, Meg Sommers. Meg and the guides continue to delight guests with stories that carry through the generations and quality tours dedicated to your enjoyment. Bob continues to guide, but on his own schedule now!
Photos below courtesy of the Yellowstone National Park Archives, all taken circ. 1904