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Travel Blogs from Red Feather Lakes
... River. It was 7 miles down a dirt road and I had no idea what to expect when I arrived. When I pulled into the parking area, I was greeted with signs welcoming me and telling where to park and how to get to the Stupta. Stupta? What the heck was a Stupta? I had heard the term before, but I still was not sure if it was a temple or simply a monument to Siddhartha, the original Buddha.
So I hiked, and hiked and hiked , down a trail named "Stupta Way" ...
... the Madison campground
about 20 miles away toward the west entrance to the Park. But we were confused
with which campgrounds offered what and found that Madison, where we had stayed
during our first 2 days in Yellowstone, did not have showers and laundry.!! Oh
well… We proceeded west to depart the
Park; but before we left we stopped to have breakfast at an area next to the
Madison River. The west entrance road
... helpful, then
· Brown bears actually come in a variety of colours including black, red, blonde and cinnamon (during the Q&A session, a small child asked the question: "why are they cinnamon?" The ranger answered as best she could, until another child raised his hand and asked, “why are they red?” The ranger tactfully ignored the question. Naturally, “Why are they red?” became one of the quotes ...
... previous night and one of them suggested we head up for one when we got off the bus. Darcy, our driver, dropped us off practically at the Hyatt's front door and we headed upstairs to the Peak Bar for our drink. I was pretty buggered so after the drink I said see ya later to the girls and made my way back to my apartment. After having to do yet another re-pack, which I am so over, it was lights out. Brilliant day, amazing scenery. A must for anyone who gets the opportunity. Over and out ...
... an eye on their house until their return on Friday.
I took a walk on the trail and got a few shots of the area. There were several fishermen on the shore wearing winter clothing. I felt remotely out of place in my shorts, sandals and straw hat. Nobody said anything about it though. Friendly folks, these Wyomingians.
The wind ebbed and flowed throughout the afternoon and settled down by dark. There are only four ...