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We took a day off from touring the park to catch up on school and relax. Paola swam and rode her bike, then we went to the IMAX theater and were treated to stunning visuals and stories about Yellowstone and Lewis & Clark. We enjoyed a special bison dinner at Madison Crossing Lounge (in what was once a 1st Grade classroom) and shared our favorite memories from this incredible week. Tomorrow, we hitch up the 250 horses and head on ...
... me my first grizzly in the wild, and Jude some bison time. The fauna here is incredible! We picnicked on the shore of expansive Yellowstone Lake, walked along the dramatic edge of the Yellowstone Canyon... and simply marveled at the great, unique character of America's first national ...
When we visited Crater Lake in Oregon, we learned about Calderas. Whereas Crater Lake is a 3 mile wide Caldera filled with pristine water, Yellowstone National Park is a 45 mile wide Caldera filled with elk, bison, bear, deer, forest, grasslands, geysers, hot springs and more.
The caldera formed during the last of three super-eruptions over the past 2.1 million years and is the largest supervolcano on the continent. Oh, and by the way, it is still active! It lies over ...
We were a little smarter today and had a lunch made for us before we left for the day. Our first stop on the itinerary was the Lower Basin to see the Fountain Artist Pots. Very unique! A strange mixture of whitish grey and peachy coloured clay/mud bubbling on the ground. A nice walk around there and then we headed to the Middle Basin. I have been looking forward to this stop even more ...
... 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 ...