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... seemed to be a vertical climb) to the top of the big crater. We also ventured into the caves, which were scary but also a relief from the 90 degree outside temperature.
Our final pit stop of the day was at the EBR1 (Experimental Breeder Reactor 1) which was the first nuclear power plant in the world. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Experimen tal_Breeder_Reactor_I). We arrived just in time for a tour which ...
Yellowstone National Park really is something everyone should see. Places like this create a connection with the planet we live on, its complexity, the life we share it with and its place in the universe. I don't mean that in any spiritual, or even tree hugging way. It is solidly grounded in observation, science and discovery. In Yellowstone, even the ground beneath your feet is alive. There are car parks where steaming fumaroles have burst through the ...
... being each time more impressed with the colours, smells, and geological diversity. Nothing beats the sweet aroma of sulphuric acid! You know you are close to a geyser when you start to smell eggy ***** hundreds of metres before seeing the smoke!
It is an ever-changing landscape, with new and old geysers erupting all the time, so it is important not to stray from the path flooded by hundreds of tourists from all ...
... we decided just to do the lower part of the figure eight road of Yellowstone which included Old Faithful geyser. Some of the sights along the way, Steamboat point, Fishing Bridge, LeHardys Rapids, Mud Volcano, Kepler Cascades, Old Faithful and Grand Prismatic Spring. Not long after leaving the Mud Volcano, it started to rain, which quickly turned to hail, and then it was fine again, all within a matter of minutes.
By the time we had seen all of ...
... headed to park to cook hot dogs for lunch. Beside the little park area was a small museum that we went through on the local area. Now time to hike to Beaver Lake this was an 8.4 km hike, Jim & Vik stayed behind still not 100 % for hiking. We first hiked up to an old grave yard there were only a few graves, you would have even know it was a grave site, it was only because of the way the rocks were set out that you knew it was a grave. Hiking down to Beaver ...
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