Margo's Mountain Suite
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After sleeping in till 10 (the latest I'd slept in on this trip by far!) Mom and I went down to the Snow Lodge Grill for a quick breakfast. Matthew, Grampa and Auntie Stacey had gone to a junior ranger thing, leaving the rest of us to have a relaxing morning. After we were all dressed and ready, we hopped in the car, picnic supplies in hand, towards Hayden Valley, the other area recommended to see the most animals.
We kept our eyes peeled for animals ...
... of Hayden Valley with the intention of turning around. On the way, we had our eyes glued on the windows, looking for animals. From far away, anything looks like an animal. Then when you get closer, you realize it's just a tree stump or a rock or a highway railing. We didn't see a single thing, but we did get a glimpse of the lake at sunset.
When we got back, Auntie Stacey put Matthew to bed while Memere, Grampa, Mom and I went to take a walk around the Old ...
... off anything that approached. We saw two pesky Ravens take a turn & he whacked them away. What a sight. He went back to guarding his carcass. It tried to get good pics but the iPhone zoom was not too good. What a story to take home. Thanks Yellowstone.
Just before you get to the North Entrance gate, there's a little town, Mammoth, that had elk roaming all over the place causing traffic jams. They eat all this beautiful ...
... could feel how hot the water was... we reported them to the Park Rangers, and I hope they get fined.
We saw Gibbon Falls, which is an 84 foot waterfall right off the road at Yellowstone.
We wandered over to mud volcano, which is exactly what it sounds like, although it doesn't quite erupt, it does shoot out hot mud up into the air, sometimes as high as 30 feet. You also smell it before you see it.
In that same area is dragon mouth's ...
... cemetery through a lovely meadow along the border of Yellowstone National Park. At the end of the hike, we sang a few hyms then a relative read a portion of scripture while Kent, Mark & Kristen (Chester and Rosemary's children) scattered their parents' ashes among the flowers inside the park's border.
Chester and Rosemary both loved the outdoors and relished the opportunity to show hospitality to others and share God's creation with ...