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... and energy. Nature, natural.
Terrible nightmare, a dream where the contents are visible and simulating reality: the horrors of verisimilitude during sleep. Woke up later than usual. It's a little disconcerting how a drive can wear you smooth out; we crashed at 7 pm. The air is sweet and fresh in the countryside, and it seems magical enough here to turn all the dirt into gold. It took a try or two to figure out our outdoor grill, but breakfast ...
... there was volcanic activity just underneath us, heating the water into steam under ground! It was so cool!!! The only thing about it that ruined it was it stank like rotten eggs. Yeechh!! After visiting more rotten egg pots, we finally reached the Old Faithful Geyser. Old Faithful is the most reliable geyser in the park. We waited over an hour until some one in the giant crowd that had gathered shouted "IT'S GONNA BLOW!!!" We heard a gushing sound, and ...
in your feet, but it was totally worth it once we got there. The current would
bring spurts of nearly scalding water and then refreshingly cool water. We
hightailed it back to our towel and jackets, and headed back north to visit the
Roosevelt Arch which is the northernmost entrance to Yellowstone. For the first
time in our entire trip so far, we arrived early to our campground where we
proceeded to decompress from the past couple of days.
... today is Great Falls, MT. We are still watching the temperature and doing about 55mph. Ron talked to the Cummins Tech at Interstate in Williston and gave him his observations from yesterday and they now think that it is a sticking valve. So we have to take the rig into a Cummins shop in Calgary and have them talk to the shop in Williston to figure out what needs to be done next. The good thing is that, if the valve needs to be replaced, then our extended warrantee ...
... to North Dakota in a week, we will be at 2000 feet - not much higher than our house in Cowiche!
The ride down the east side of Bozeman Pass was fast - I hit 47.1 mph, and Ann got over 40. It was almost like flying! As we descended, the countryside changed. We could tell we were leaving the mountains and entering the Great Plains. Fewer and fewer trees, more gently rolling landscape, ...