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... in New York. He was trying to get his PhD. We talked for several hours until we both had to depart on separate journeys. I went on a very long nature walk when soon I noticed it started to become dark. When heading back to my cabin, I came across a bear. I did not panic, because mentally I was stronger than it was. I punched it in the nose and began to run for my life. When I got to my cabin I went straight to bed and lights out.
... encouraging pine seeds to open and grow healthy new stock.
We had seen very little wildlife in our time in the Parks, so I wanted to visit the Discovery Center with its bears, wolves and birds including bald eagles. The Center has only orphaned, injured or captured nuisance animals that had threatened people or homes after having been acclimated to human food. It was fun to see the wild grizzlies up close. The wolves joined me in a howling ...
... Yellowstone, stopping often to take pictures. We crossed the Continental Divide 3 times and the highest elevation we reached was 8850. For most of the first part of our drive, we drove alongside the Yellowstone River. It is the longest undammed river in the Northern Hemisphere at 675 miles long. There were many stunning waterfalls, deep lazy flowing areas, and shallow rocky portions, perfect for fly fishing.
We continued south and ...
... our surroundings. As we looked up for the ride we saw lost of bison just doing they're thing on the side of the road, sleeping, grazing, ya know. Once we got the camper set up and rested for a bit it started to hail, then proceeded to hail then back to rain. We drove around and saw 5 views of the same things. Thus ends Ruby's perspective on the Feuerstein Camping ...
... the rock. The rock looked like crystals; there were layers and layers of rock over which the water was running down. We kept walking up and saw a lot of different hot springs of varying shapes, sizes, and colors. Then we headed down to the little town below Mammoth Hot Springs. On our way we saw an enormous cylinder shaped structure that I learned was a dormant geyser.
At the town we ate a late lunch and then went back to the car ...