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... day in the high 30’s…
Monday – Tuesday, days 10 & 11... Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park (U.S. National Park Service) is still buried in snow in the spring time. The West Yellowstone entrance into the park just opened on April 18... Not all of the roads ...
... around, you can see 6-10 geysers steaming at the same time. We love it and we learn to live with the sulfur smell. Yuck.
We are not lucky with the weather here. It is starting to rain and snow is forecasted for the coming days. We are at high altitude but they tell us that it is unusually cold. But, we will make the most out of it. Since we have our house with us, we drive a bit and, when it stops raining, we get out and ...
... distinctly different from the mountains we had been at in the Black Hills. These were much higher and had totally different pines – much greener.
We had a surprise of SNOW as we got into the park. Below is a picture of one of the snow covered mountains. As we pulled into the camp the snow actually got pretty heavy for a while. Bruno even made the first snowball of the ...
... 160; It was a bit of a surprise when Al and Carol kept on the freeway and didn't follow us on the road up to the ski fields. Pete, Den, Rich and I ended up at the Summit at a café called the very Australian name of "No Worries" and had Eggs Benedict and Vege Bene. For once the cappuccino didn’t have that extra sludge of sugar coating the bottom of the mug. This is a lovely area and many of the houses are built in logs ...
... however the geography is absolutely amazing. If you drive every corner of the park I think you would encounter almost every type of terrain on the planet!
Info on the park is available everywhere so I thought I would just include a few of my own observations, and some facts I found interesting:
*Half of the world's geothermal features are here.
*2/3 of the world's geysers are here.
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