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... T Shirt and we were away again.
Not far out of Jackson we entered the Teton National Park,
Snow covered Peaks to the left and open range to the right, and we headed for
the Visitors Information Centre. The displays here and advice were brilliant,
but armed with info about bears, mountain lions, moose, elk and kyotes we were
full of anticipation. It is hard to make a choice of what ...
... most part they were hot puddles. When we got up to old faithful we were starving so we ate and had just enough time to watch the eruption. We even stayed around long enough to watch it a second time and the pictures came out better. When my mom went to check out of the lodge and into the cabin (the one I was not thrilled about) she asked if there was any other lodges open in ...
... pork/beef/chicken, fries, salad, sandwiches and some of the strangest beers - moose drool brown ale, good medicine imperial spring ale to name only a few. The conversation in the bus turned to all the movies/tv shows that were filmed, set etc. in Montana and Wyoming.
A short run and then we are in Wyoming and heading to Yellowstone National Park at last. Our first stop, after sightings of Bison on the way to much excitement of all, was the Mid Geyser Basin to see the Grand ...
... and only had to wait 10 minutes or so for eruption. We walked around the geyser basin at OF. Saw other geyser eruptions and many springs. Choose not to wait around for the other geysers to erupt as that would have been 2-4 hours. Saw artists paint pots((bubbling mud). Left the park in less than 24 hours saw two grizzlies, plenty of bison, elk, coyotes, sandhill cranes, blue herons and I am sure we saw something else we ...
... had come across. The sulphur smell was overpowering and made you feel sick at times. All forms of vegetation had been killed off and even the drains had been corroded by the sulphuric acid. I will never complain about Hamish's gas again!!
Our last stop for the day were the upper and lower falls at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone which is close to where we are camped. We also went on a ranger led hike here. Marc ...