Yellowstone Wildlife Cabins
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... ordered trout because I hadn't had it before. Very nice dinner. And Heidi had booked me my own room which was flash as. We arrived near the end of the tourist season, so things were pretty quiet there. Apparently snow is coming the day after we leave. So we were lucky we arrived when we did.
... hot water and steam 100 feet into the air.
The final stop of the day was the Great Prismatic Spring. The photos don't do it justice. The vivid colours in the water from vibrant blue to yellow, orange and red are spectacular - created by a combination of powdered stone suspended in the water (blue) and the bacteria that live in the amazingly hot water up to 80 C (green, yellow and orange). On the way out Sarah broke into song about being ...
... is by far the most famous attraction at the park. It is possible to predict the eruptions of this geyser quite accurately, to within 10 minutes. We were lucky that soon as we went, a ranger gave us a short lecture about the geyser. There is magma about three miles underneath the ground. The geyser needs three things, magma, water, and a plumbing system, all of which are present here. The opening through which water ...
... and sea anemones. Many of their sites have views of the Strait of Juan De Fuca where ships pass through daily.
After breakfast, we went back to Yellowstone. We got a late start this morning, and traffic was backed up to get in around 10a.m. We know better. Oh well! Our first stop was Fountain Flat Drive. We parked the car, unloaded the bikes, and headed toward the Fairy Falls trailhead in the backcountry. We stopped at the Firehole River. Alexa ...
... All in all, it was a fabulous day. We certainly never thought we would see so many bears in one day...and other interesting critters too! Looking forward to one more day in Yellowstone! Trip Summary 3631 miles driven 81:28 hours in the car 30 miles on the trail 17 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 1 National Parkway 1 National River 1 National Military Park 4 National Monuments 5 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 1 National ...