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We started our day slowly, breakfast at the lake Resturant watching the birds. We packed up & headed to information to see what schedule old faithful was on! Luck would have it Old Faithful was in tune with our schedule. So we headed off as this was our first stop. We collected ice creams on the way & sat waiting for Old Faithful to blow. We had been told it would be within 10minutes of 12.15 & right on queue ...
... canyon. Artist's Point was where we got our first view of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. It was undeniably breathtaking; a huge and deep V-shaped valley through which runs the Yellowstone River, with walls painted in oranges, reds, browns and ochres, dependent on how the rhyolite lava has been altered by the hot waters that have trickled through them. A beautiful and impressive waterfall (twice the height of Niagra, apparently) too which - as if it wasn't already - makes this ...
... at least four feet long. After lunch we hiked the Wapedi Trail. Named one of the ten best hikes in the country by national geographic. Through meadows, around a lakes, through a forest, across a craterous moon like surface of sulfuric remnants 1,000 foot grand canyon of Yellowstone. Drove to Mammoth, Wyoming where we'll be for two nights. Sunrise and rafting ...
... originally hired engineers to develop the road system. As they did so all the roads were laid out straight lines with little or no consideration for the views. The person who was in charge of the National Park System at the time threw out these plans and had teams of artists and engineers go back and develop the road system. The artists guided the routes to lead to as many scenic vistas as they could; then the engineers figured out how to lay out the ...
... were not the only ones in the park. We encountered Bison on the roads, at one point Kirsty had to floor the car after a few Bison got spooked (possibly by some people who had stopped near them on the roadside) and started charging. A reminder, if it was necessary, that this isn't a zoo and there aren't any fences between the wildlife and the visitors.
The valleys had a large area of grassland, and here Bison herds roamed, there must have ...