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We got on the road just before 8am today. Definitely cooler last night as it got down to 43 degrees. However, it is sunny and warm this morning. A great day to be on the road. We once again headed north on I-15. We have been on the same interstate since Riverside, CA and will travel 800 miles before taking another road. I-15 through Utah is fantastic. Mostly straight, with ...
... we drove to Salmon Lake SP. We set up camp and played horseshoes . Ian threw some for his first time and did quite well! We cooked up some fillet mignon with rosemary potatoes and arugula salad for the birthday fest. Then...it was cake and presents. Well... West Yellowstone didn't have much but we purchased a really bad cake and a nice sweatshirt for her. Tomorrow we're of to the ghost town of Garnet ...
... long walk around the springs, we headed for Old Faithful.
When we arrived at Old Faithful we learned that we had about 40 minutes until it was predicted to erupt next so we headed to the visitor center to learn a bit about America’s most famous geyser. It was really interesting learning about the geysers at Yellowstone. All of the visitor centers had great information and we learned a lot. We headed back outside near ...
... happened to show Old Faithful erupting at that moment. It's on a 90 minute cycle, give or take 10 minutes, so that gave us a target of 80 minutes to drive to the site, make lunch and hike 1 km to the viewing point. No pressure or anything. I'm sure that they'll hold the eruption for us. Made it by 3 minutes.
After the show, from the observation point we made a side trip to Solitary Geyser which blows every 5 minutes, then a loop around all the geysers near to ...
... tube in and we were soon stopping for a Coke at a minimart in Ashton having covered 55 miles! We had a brief conversation with a "transient local" - I don't know how else to describe him - while we drank our Coke. He said that the Mesa Falls route was beautiful and at Warm Springs there was a viewing platform where you could see large trout in the river. To this point it had been a great day. We weren't exhausted, but we ...