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Yellowstone was a cool place. Different from all the national parks we have been to. Yellowstone NP borders Idaho, Wyoming and Montana. It's the worlds first NP. Yellowstone contains approx half of the worlds hydrothermal features and are of the very few ecosystems of this sort under preservation. Here we spent the day wondering through the park looking at ...
... gals were taking pictures of each other and i offered to take one of the two of them, and they enthusiastically said yes please! I said okay, $10. They paused then laughed. They stood by the tree and i leaned down low to take one of them looking up and they said for $10 this better be artsy-fartsy! We parted chuckling. From there we headed straight back to camp. As we are sitting here in camp, a neighboring site, the resident mother said to her 6 year old, "do you want ...
... afterwards they were not very bearproof!
There were also 3 small packs of wolves, most of which had been there since they were cubs. Oscar's favourite animal is a wolf so he really enjoyed seeing them. Olav and I have read a lot about the reintroduction of wolves into Yellowstone, which happened in 1995, so it was great to see them close up. There is still quite a lot of controversy about wolves in the area but they have established very ...
... shorter or so than Steve's (Google maps) suggestion. I ended up HAVING to drive a long way and very slowly because of animals. mostly, I was concerned with Elk, deer and bears...but, of course there are many other possibilities where animals roam safely! After being delayed by road construction (at 11 PM!!) I ended up being the lead car of about a dozen of us...I drove the speed limit of 35-45 MPH or less a lot of times. My eyes were strained ...
July 3, 2014
We left Cooke City for Yellowstone on a beautiful clear, cold morning, as two buffalo sauntered through the town. I watched as one of them took a dirt bath, rolling on his
huge brown back with a dust cloud flying. Entering the park from the northeast entrance we saw vast herds of grazing buffalo. Buffalo crossings held up traffic a couple of times.
We drove from ...