A River Runs By it Lodge
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... br> -Hang in Bozeman for a couple days, making final preparations!
-Head west to the Pacific! Specifically, the Seattle area.
-See Olympic National Park and the Washington coast!
-Head to Oregon to visit family and friends for a long weekend, go hiking!
-South to California and the giant Redwood trees!!!
-Next Stop: Wine Country and ...
... packs are a good bonus to keep the chill off. A little followup to our earlier stuff with the Prismatic Spring...when we left Old Faithful the sun was high and burned all the mist away. We stopped at the Fairy Falls hike and headed out. Its a trail that is south of the actual Prismatic Spring, but i read it had a large hill, small mtn to climb with a much better than eye level view of the spring. It was extremely steep no trails just climbing over logs ...
... some cliff edge single track skirting around a collapsed old rail tunnel which offered fantastic views of the fork at Warm River and Moose Creek. Happily, this also coincided with a change to beautifully smooth and flat, compacted dirt two track, which led us all the way down to the campsite. It was another really short day: we arrived before 3.30. But we feel a little beaten up so are glad to be in camp so early. It's another expensive camp ground (must be an Idaho ...
... went on a series of four zip lines that were thrilling and so exciting! When we all finished we got our harnesses off and then ate lunch with Mom to fuel up for our fun day at Yellowstone.
Since we had explored the north loop of the park the first day, we headed south this time toward Old Faithful. None of us had ever seen it in person and we were all looking forward to this. On the way we noticed a side road to a place ...
... with merino layers on as the wind was cold. The sun was warm so a layer of clothing was off early. We followed the main trail which is a sealed road then onto a less formed track. Big danger signs warning of a bear with her cub has been around so we followed the rules of making lots of noise so as to warn the bear. Rules when encountering a bear is not to run. What!!! Personally the chances of staying still with a 400 kg furry death creature heading my ...