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When we got up in the morning we ate, got our caffeine fix in and packing up our stuff. It was much warmer outside, which forced us to take off all of the layers we had on. Yesterday the weather said thunderstorms but it was a gorgeous sunny day, which made us extremely excited. However a thunderstorm in Yellowstone would have been so cool!! Once the van was loaded up we hopped in and went right back tracking south into Yellowstone. There were so ...
After getting into Yellowstone National Park we got gas and went to a store to get water, firewood, food and a 12-pack sample of local beer from the Grand Teton Brewing Company. We arrived at Madison Campground situated in West Yellowstone around 8PM. After registering we got to our campsite and started setting up camp. This campsite was definitely better than Tahoe's campsite!! There ...
... at Flagg Ranch. No wifi here!
Saturday 26th September - Waking up to the sights and sounds of the forest around us,
we eagerly headed into Yellowstone NP again. Today’s goal was to try and get as far north as we could in 6 hours. Which sounds like plenty of time but Yellowstone covers 2.2 million acres. We had to travel back 35km just to find the turn off for the West Thumb,which would take us along ...
... In the process, trees, grasses and thermophilic bacteria are trapped in the travertine. The bacteria give rise to the various colours seen on the travertine. Next we had lunch in the close company of about 20 elk and an elk warden who kept a close eye on us. Eventually the elks became a bit curious moved closer and the elk warden instructed us to pack up and retreat. The next stop was the Norris Geyser Basin where we saw all the geothermal forms ...
... it. Heading toward west thumb on the Grand Loop we encountered an elk with a huge rack. It's the journey not the destination so we stopped (Bruce wanted to, I confess I wanted to stay snuggled in the car). However, Bruce called to me to come and see, check out our pics! By the way, it is now SNOWING! A little farther down we came to the Continental Divide. This is a cool spot - at 8,261 feet, the road passes over Isa Lake, whose ...
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