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... worth it! Just south of the canyon, we came to another open valley with a far larger crowd of people, armed once again with long lenses and tripods. We knew what this meant, so we pulled over and used my long lens to spy on a grizzly bear digging in the dirt. Feeling quite content with our double bear day, we continued on, only to spot another one just a few minutes down the road! This spotting was closer and far more brief, but certainly not less exciting. Three ...
... next 45 minutes or so was spent in the relative safety of the rangers and a crowd while the rangers organised a team to move the bears away to a less populated area. The rangers donned their hi-viz vests (so the bear could see her meal) and walked as a group to guide her and cub to a better place. We all watched from a safe distance as the 2 bears ran across the track to exactly where we had been 30 minutes earlier. Not something that kiwis see every day but ...
We had our complimentary breakfast then were on the road just after 9am.. The day was really overcast but the temperature was still above 0 degrees. We got to West Yellowstone town area after 3pm which luckily gave us just enough time to book a tour for tomorrow and get a place to stay before things started to close. Of corse we would have to choose one of the two busiest weekends ...
This morning (1st of October), we found out that there was a US Government shut down that closed almost all Federal agencies including the National Parks. As a result, the entrance gates were closed and we were stuck right outside of Yellowstone. Apparently they gave 48 hours for the tourists that are in the park, to leave. Oops.
What about doing homework today? Great idea. We did laundry as well, ...
... the beauty of the wild rivers and waterfalls.
John LOVES this place and this is why he really wanted to bring us here and enjoy nature’s beauty in the park. He was 16 the first time he came with his friends on a fishing trip. It was right after he got his drivers license and, they chose one of the best places on Earth to fish. The water is so clear and the rivers so wild! You can be fishing in the river while buffalos ...
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