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... travelling with us and in the opposite direction. Some of them looked like they done some serious mileage and so far, the weather has been kind to them.
We decided to head to a Home Depot super store to see what it was like. It was similar to Mitre 10 but so different in style…. Old F'ashioned . The taps and bathroom fixtures were really old school so did not appeal to me but the marble tiles were so cheap…. About 90 cents a square foot.
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... snuggling with each other, which was pretty cute. They also had two baby cows, which I was convinced were the poster children for cows. I'm talking bright white with perfectly irregular black spots. These were some pretty baby cows. Then of course I got to meet a celebrity look alike: the pony at the petting zoo looked exactly like Lil' Sebastian of Parks and Recreation fame (may he rest in peace). I know I'm the only person out there who loves that show more than anything ...
... especially with the altitude. We then drove to mount Washburn, one of the highest peaks in Yellowstone, and the highest that you can easily hike. We had lunch and them set off to hike up it. As with the stairs it felt harder than it should have done, as it was not too steep. The view from the top was amazing! We could see the whole of the park, and the mountain is right on the edge of the volcanic caldera, well worth the walk. ...
... had a picture perfect picnic lunch along the Yellowstone River. We were disappointed there was no sign of bear - Yogi or Boo Boo that is. There were a few fish crows who politely waited for us to head to the car before swooping down to look for crumbs. We spent the afternoon hiking along the South Rim Trail of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone to Artist Point as recommended by Lisa. The views down into the canyon were breathtaking. The exposed rock ...
... under driver creeping to spot a bull elk or otherwise, can be a mind numbing 45 minute experience. The driving frustration is easily offset by the bull elk, black bear, and ridiculous chromatic thermal bacteria. You will see every crayon color in the box here! There are lakes that steam constantly and spill out a full spectrum pallet of color. You will find numerous 'paint pots' of constantly bubbling red and pastel mud. Yellow suffer ...
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