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Day 5 was our final day in Yellowstone. We planned a full day
of seeing geysers and springs primarily. Our first stop was a hot spring called
Black Pool, which as you can tell by the name, was a very dark blue color. That
particular area contained quite a few bubbling/steaming hot springs and
chemical mats. The sulfur smell was so overwhelming as if 20 smoke bombs went
off. Then it was on to the next ...
... The ranches sit below these giant rolling hills and have gorgeous homes on the properties. This area is known as Big Sky and it was very apparent why. We are camped out for a few days at Yellowstone's Edge in Livingston, Montana. The Yellowstone River runs along this campground and is very well known for fly fishing. We picked up a couple Of Montana made brews for the evening and enjoyed some steak for dinner! We are headed into the park tomorrow to ...
... though, I managed to plant the trail cam in Willow Park, a place frequented by elk herds at night. We continued south to the Norris Geyser Basin and said hello to the bison bull which always seems to be there and then went east toward Canyon through a place I call Mosquito Alley. From Canyon we headed south into the Hayden Valley where we observed large bison herds. We turned around and headed up into prime grizzly habitat along Antelope Creek where we did manage to spot ...
... with Assault Rifle...we cant have them in Australia. It was a lovely drive out to the base of a snow lined hill, where we were able to see all the holes which the gofers had dug and for a small animal they dig a huge hole. For anyone who hasn't seen one, They were fluffy little creatures about the size of a small rabbit but looking a bit like a Squirrel, and even I have to admit they were cute. The rifle was very accurate and my rifle shooting skills quickly returned with ...
... made our first wildlife sighting - a herd of bison near a stream and pronghorns on the hill beyond. Check-in at our hotel was delayed while a few bison on the lawn moved on. Before dinner we shuffled across an icy parking lot to an adjacent building for a presentation by wildlife videographer Bob Landis. Dinner was also in an adjacent building - in the other direction. On the menu - red ...
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