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mark explained we were form a place where this was normal and no problem but he was having none of it.
detention over off we set.
after lakes more mountains and don onto flooded plain, very spectacular.
lost following the super google maps again and eventually headed for yesemeti national park
fuel was a big problem on this stretch and stayed at Redding.
... making you wonder if you were coming or going!
Then we went to Sunshine Cave. It had two breaks in the cave where light came in. This was A’s favorite. We went to Sentinel Cave – it is the only cave with TWO entrances! D remembered going in this one last time we were here. A walked on a ledge thru this cave – at first she was afraid to walk on it, but soon was having a blast! The walk back to the ...
... strewn throughout the area. " Hot Rock" is a 300 ton boulder that landed 5 miles from the eruption. I think that would take the gold medal in the shotput! The park also has Bumpass Hell, which is an active hydrothermal area. America has many world #1s and another is here. " Big Boiler" is the hottest fumarole in the world at 322 degrees F. A very nice Nat. Park, I may be "warming" up to the state a ...
Spending the day in town. Started early with a Segway tour over the Sundial bridge. It was a 1/2 hr of fun early before the heat was on. Right now we're in a shopping mall. Spent the rest of the day in our campground. Great little pool all to ourselves here. Just have to watch for rattlers when wandering around ...
... the bus for a trip through the park with stops at Sulphur Works, Bumpass Hell, the summit and the Devastated Area. The Sulphur Works was smelly from the hydrogen sulfide being released; no surprise, we expected this from having visited Yellowstone NP. Bumpass Hell was apparently named for Kendall VanHook Bumpass who discovered this area in 1864 by falling through ...