Indian Creek Campground
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... Gibbon River Falls. Mild smells of hydrogen sulphide (bad eggs) from the pools but nothing compared to Rotorua. Last stop was "The Paint Pots", a climb up to look at colourful pools and bubbling mud.
Stopped to look at a our first bear! A large bear - all the traffic stops, folks jump out of their cars and line up with binocs and cameras at a safe distance. Then a coyote in a meadow near the river. Back to camp after a great but very long ...
... have proof!!!! We also some some elk and deer along the way. We made reservations at Bridge Bay campground (rustic but very nice) and got set up. Two buffalo were roaming through. Mother started tacos. It was getting late and dark we had to stress to the kids about not dropping food to lure the bears...I think we scared them lol. About 6:30 Sunday morning, we heard scuffs and noises. I looked at Brian and asked him what he thought ...
What would Yellowstone be without Geysers, so we were off to see the Geysers. Of course you have to start with Old Faithful after seeing the visitors center. The eruption was predicted almost to the minute. After the eruption we walked the short loop (.7 of a mile) for other geysers in the area. After that it was time to head to the trucks for a packed lunch and the next stop. We spent the rest of the afternoon with ...