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... t disappoint as it shoots skyward with an almost predictable frequency. Waterfalls get bigger and more dramatic as you travel and you soon OD on all of this. Mammals abound and driving is hazardous as cars stop suddenly and in numbers at every sighting of Bears, Buffalo, Elk and Moose. Bear protocol on a one to one basis is well documented: Firstly identify the type of Bear....Black or Grizzly ! Unfortunately they are both black, ...
... we found ourselves stopping every mile or so to get photos. Even so, we still managed to reach Turpin Meadow before five. Here, however, we encountered a problem. On the information board was a big orange sign: 'No camping due to Grizzly Bear activity. Sorry No Tents'. We were certainly sorry as we looked at the map and saw that the next campground was an 8 mile climb away. Given that we didn't have much choice, we set off on the climb up a gravel track for four miles but ...
... jump in the car and stop at the information center and enter Yellowstone National park using our lifetime National Park card. Saves $ 50.00 each time we enter.
Our destination for today is the west loop and Norris Geyser Basin. Now if you don't like geysers, you may want to skip the pictures. Photos don't do justice to what we see.
Before we get there we stop at Gibons Falls. We ...
... from a Wild West movie. Wide streets, hot and dusty, wood and animal artefacts all around, multiple fly fishing shops mixed with tourists and tourist tat. What an interesting place! We had a great experience at the Visitors Centre speaking with a ranger so are all set to explore the national park tomorrow. A 6am start planned...eek!
Cheers, The Berry ...
... 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 ...
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