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... of Willow Creek summit. Wow! We then took in the majesty of Mount Borah and geeked out on the physical evidence of basin and range at the foot of Idaho's tallest peak. Onward to Craters of the Moon National Monument, where we picked up a stray Trapani :)) And, after a pull across the Snake River Plain, we made it to ...
... BBQ.” Immediately we wanted some BBQ and went over to see if it was open. Thank god it was!! After we got gas we headed over to the food trailer for some. They had brisket, pulled pork, ribs stuffed potatoes with your choice of brisket or pulled pork and much more!!! We got our food and sat in the van to eat it. The pork was served without any BBQ sauce on it. Took one bite without BBQ on the pork and it melted in your mouth that is how good ...
... and looked very deep. Our next step was Old Faithful, this Geysers erupts around every 90 minutes and shoots boiling hot water about 30-40 metres in the air (higher than the goal posts at school).
On our drive towards our accommodation at the Southern Entrance to the park we cross the Continental Divide at an elevation of 2558 metres. Our ears popped. We stopped at the Lewis Falls before reaching Headwaters Lodge ...
... bit of a walk around the lodge complex before joining the bus at today's later time of 0900. We were driven first to Hayden Valley through which runs the Yellowstone River. This is a notorious area for grizzly bears but we saw only longed lens bear spotters. Our first stop was at Mammoth Hot Springs, which is limestone area once having been beneath the sea. The water forced up in the springs is rich in calcium and deposits a layer a calcite on the ground ...
Rain/SNOW in Yellowstone! We awoke to pouring rain and 38 degrees. What to do? We're making pancakes with locally made huckleberry syrup for breakfast. I'm doing a load of laundry as it's about time. We're planning our stay in the Grand Tetons even though the weather doesn't sound much better. This area needs the rain, it is very dry so we'll make do. About 2:00 we decided to venture out in 42 degree weather, windy and rainy but ...
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