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... of the park's most awe-inspiring sights, that of Grand Prismatic Spring. Anyway that was the afternoon's aim and we spent the remainder of the morning exploring West Thumb Geyser Basin. West Thumb Geyser Basin is on the shores of a large horseshoe bay of Yellowstone Lake, created from the collapse of a smaller volcanic crater about 170,000 years ago. As Bryony said when we first arrived, "STEAM!" is the first thing that you see rising up before you. Compared to ...
... they'd spotted something that we hadn't. There were some bison on the horizon so we stepped out of the car and climbed a hillock to get a better view. Bryony insisted that Teddy must come for the walk and it was soon evident that she was on the look out for things other than animals, namely the Moon and aeroplanes. Unlike Iain and me, Bryony and Teddy ticked off everything on their spotting list! Bison and prong-horn deer were the only things we saw that morning - they were ...
We drove for 12 hours took a little break in Beaver, Utah then another 6 hours to stay overnight in Walmart!! Our first stop is a KOA 6 miles outside Yellowstone Park West Entrance We rode the motorcycles , hiked and witnessed the splendor of Yellowstone park! We got a chance to wear ...
... of us. It wasn't long before we began to spot steam rising from many places in the landscape ahead of us; we were really here! We stopped off at Fountain Flat Drive to see the Ojo Caliente (meaning 'hot spring' in Spanish). The wonderful rotten egg smell of hydrogen sulphide really meant that we had landed; this super-heated pool of bubbling mineral-rich water was just the first of so many more fascinating geothermal features that we would see in the park. It was a ...
... yellow color is what lent its name to the park. There were overlooks that were so steep I could not even go out to them. The white water of the Yellowstone River at the bottom was spectacular.
We then took the Chittenden Road over the Dunraven Pass. This pass is 8859 feet high. Not as high as the Beartooth Mountain but still very awesome views. This winding road displayed several distant scenic vistas. Again towering sloping peaks of ...