Madison Arm Resort
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... for lunch so we could enjoy our picnic overlooking the falls. They are beautiful. We were three quarters of the way through when people starting running up the path past us and we assumed it was a way to keep fit. Finally, someone stated 'a Bison is coming up the path'. After 15 seconds, it appeared and we were right in its path. Action stations, collect food, eat anything in hands, walk smartly AWAY from said animal, ...
... was already 3pm and our next plan was to get to the campground and then go explore the park.
We drove past the west thumb geyser basin towards bridge bay. On the way we saw a bunch of people gathered around something and so we stopped. It was a herd of elk. Someone told us they were only two to four years old but they were huge and had very long antlers. The drive itself is beautiful between pine trees. ...
... teeth under the bridge. Of course, we had to bring them home. There were many bird nests under the bridge. The bike path was longer than expected. I realized I had Brad pull in the wrong drive. It was at least two miles long versus a mile. Someone saw fresh grizzly tracks earlier in the morning. The ranger said the bears are curious about the sound bear bells make, so we put that away and talked or sang throughout the ride.
To the right of Grand Prismatic ...
... US that does not have a road leading to it. When you look at it on the map, it doesn't look that big, but that is because the map covers so much area! We hoped to see some moose in the hike, but we only (!) saw a bald eagle at the lake. We went to Old Faithful after lunch, hoping to catch some cell phone signal, which we kinda got, but not really. We headed across to Canyon Village and remarked ...
... You can still see how the mountain collapsed and crossed the river, creating a natural dam. The girls were fully outfitted with all the equipment.
This was the first time Ariana and Elena really fly fished. We spent the first hour just learning how to walk in the river and make some basic casts. It was very cold but the girls did fantastic and never complained.
Both Ariana and Elena learned very quickly ...