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... a creek to cool off ..not worth saying anything. We continued on our way to the motel in west Yellowstone ..just outside the park. We found out later the rest of the crew had gone the opposite way around the lake to what we did. What a mix up. We started off in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and then in Montana ..all in one day. It was about 9.30pm when we got to the motel..everyone was stuffed. Denise, Julie and Alister have got colds back again..must be change in climate. It was ...
... subject to possible
closure. He failed to mention that there
was a crew of firefighters outside the information center placing water
sprinklers on the roof to wet it down if the fire got any closer, as it is now
about 4 miles from our location (more about this later). They had floating pumps and were pulling water
from Lake Yellowstone to spray on the rooftops of the building. We inquired from some ...
... volcano, and what will be the future Yellowstone landscape in a couple of million years as the plate continues to head east.
Entering the park we got our first chance to use the $80 annual national parks pass that Les purchased before we set off. $8 dollars saved and now only $72 in debt I reminded Les on how much of money saver she was! The park has caves in it which were created by the lava flows millions ...
... its wildlife. I am famous for my lack of luck in seeing wildlife. I am just moaning that we haven't seen any of the wolves/ bears/ bison/elk/mousse that are supposed to be around when we come across a bison next to the road! Further on, we see herds of bison and an elk. This puts a stop to my moaning!! We pause at the lake, which at 7,800 ft is the highest lake in North America and then we stop at the Continental Divide. Two ...
... 2 nights. Let me tell you what a special moment. Great panoramic views of the surrounding area & Old Faithful Geyser which erupts about ever 90 minutes (Strawney & I believe they push a button to set the geysers off). A walk after dinner around the geyser that surround Old Faithful Inn. The inn is only open from May till October but the Snow lodge is open year round. We finished with a couple of drinks listening to a soloist violinist/pianist before turning in
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