Margo's Mountain Suite
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a tree becomes petrified?) Another 30km on the
road (and we still haven’t reached the other end of the park yet), and we came across the Mammoth Hot Springs. But in this leg of the trip we had not 1 but 2 Bear encounters (from a distance). The second we saw a Black bear and a cub in plain sight walking up the hill beside the road. That caused a Yellowstone traffic jam! When we reached Mammoth laying around and in between ...
... s march didn't halt until the September snows that year.
After a respectable lunch in the main dining room and watching another Old Faithful eruption, I checked out the brand new Visitor Center next to the Inn. Large enough for the significant crowds that gather before and after OF performances, a ranger provided some good advice on seeing the Grand Prismatic Spring. So off I went!
While the aerial views of the GPS are ...
... a bear attack. Someone asked Ranger Amy if she would have to rescue the hiker; her reply was that she had done all she could do to warn him to get back, and he wasn't really her responsibility.
Since this took so much time, Amy didn't have time to walk to Clear Lake with us, so five of us continued there, and then on to Artist Point and back to where we started. The canyon views were amazing, and the weather was sunny and ...
... was a little disappointed. The woman behind me heard me and said that she's seen it multiple times and that it was a very mellow eruption. We decided not to wait around another 96 minutes to see the next eruption.
Next, we drove to the Midway Geyser Basin where we hiked 2 ½ miles through pine trees to see Fairy Falls. The falls were so high and at the bottom was a beautiful pool with a carved out canyon. The kids loved walking across a large log to ...
... for keeping things dry under the awning.
-There are strict bear safety rules in Yellowstone. You do not leave ANYTHING out in your campsite. Gear/food/water must be stowed away in your car or motorhome. Bear spray is strongly advised when hiking on unpaved trails. We just make a lot of noise by talking or singing so as not to surprise a bear. (Wesley doesn’t stop talking when we’re hiking, so he's a perfect bear ...