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... The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, The Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River, and Old Faithful. I was disappointed to find out that the road to the south and west of Old Faithful was closed for construction, so I had to all the way back around almost to the west entrance to get the road back around to Canyon Village to go around Yellowstone Lake to go out the East entrance. It was a very steep grade going down out of the park with plenty ...
... clubs cooking the food, a raffle for a custom-made saddle, and the sale of rubber ducks for the Great Duck Race on the river following the rodeo and you have a fun-packed afternoon… and the weather was beautiful.
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... a really great day, our jetlag still gave us a hard time. We went back to the campground and as it kept raining and another thunderstorm approached, we decided to build up our own tent within the teepee, as the teepee itself was quite open to wind and rain. The night was extremely cold and the big disadvantage of the teepees was that they were located right next to the road, where trucks passed by all ...
... of vehicles in the car park and wandered over to find out when the geyser was expected to erupt! It turned out we only had to wait about 40 minutes and so we found a seat on the long semi-circle of viewing area and waited along with a crowd that grew to several thousand as the erupting time drew closer! Right on time a huge fountain of boiling water and steam shot about 20 metres into the air, much to the excitement of the crowd - it was quite a show! Following that we drove for an ...
... doors. We had brought lunch, jacket, camera, large can of bear spray and a Colt Anaconda .44 Magnum revolver just in case we met one of the newer "residents" of the town. It was a beautiful day and I couldn’t help singing as we made our way upwards and deeper into the mountains. The road was open all the way and we rolled into the peaceful alpine setting of the deserted town of Kirwin.
We were the only people there, which is ...