Faithful Street Inn
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No serious side effects from last night's Mexican food so we were able to set off promptly at 0800 and went to see the falls from which Twin falls gets its name. Unfortunately there was very little water to be seen but a very impressive steep sided canyon carved out by the river. We then began the 325 mile journey to Yellowstone National Park. Just outside the park we stopped so that those who wanted could buy cheap 'liquor' before entering the park where prices are somewhat ...
... later in our stay. But we arrived at Old Faithful just as he was finishing his blow. So we bought ice creams (no change there) & sat waiting. Jackie & I wandered round the boarding looking at the different geysers but on our return to the three wise monkeys we were informed Old Faithful erupts approx every 90 minutes so we decided it was far to hot to sit & wait, so headed off. Back at the lake we all freshened up & walked to the ...
... s most famous geysers, off our bucket-list. It is called Old Faithful due to its relatively predictable and large eruptions, so we checked on the next predicted eruption time before settling into lunch, RV style. At about 3.15pm, we wandered over to the geyser itself and were immediately hit by the sheer number of people sitting or standing waiting for the eruption. The prediction was for 3.25pm and the eruption itself occurred about ten minutes later; it was ...
... We then drove to the highest geyser in the world, impressive but unpredictable as the frequency of eruption has varied from 4 days to 50 years. It last erupted 3rd September, 2014. Sadly it didn't decide to erupt while we were there before, just a couple of small eruptions, but we walked round the area and saw several others which were erupting. One of them was repeatedly erupting very close to the path, and when it stopped all the water inside ...
... some photos, and then we were back on our way to the hotel! Although it seems like we accomplished a lot today, it is amazing that it took the whole day (8:30 to 5:30) to only hit a few spots in the park. Like I said before, Yellowstone is absolutely huge and there is just no way to hit the whole park in the little time here that we have. That being said, we had a great day and I am glad that we were able to hit as many spots as we did!