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... of the tour because it required you to jump off the 40ft zipline
platform with nothing more than a thin strap keeping you from free falling. Regardless,
Diana was nervous to jump off the platform so I kindly supported in the most
loving way and pushed her off.
After ziplining, our guides mentioned something about a food
truck so we meandered over to see what they had. What they had was delicious
bison burgers, brisket, ribs, etc. We opted for ...
... they are usually a very clear blue. Mike is chomping at the bit to go fishing!
Right after we set up our camp we got pounded by hail. It started out marble sized and then went down to more pea sized. We were to get an even bigger pounding in a very short period of time!
My sister Vicki came sown the mountain (yes, she lives in one of the great little cabins on the mountain here) and picked us up to show us around. We ...
... did good. So off we went back to the Yellowstone River to get some serious fishing done. I stayed with Cheryl for a while but she was doing just fine, so I took off down stream. Had one bump on an ant fly. Got back to the Palace and had dinner and looked for the meteor shower, but only saw two (2). Crashed around ...
... to cross the road. The light hits the rocks and trees, illuminating the colors. It also sits behind waterfalls and the water shines like flowing crystals. Sunrise has got to be the most glorious part of the day. Sunday afternoon we went for a 6 mile hike alongside Yellowstone river. The anticipation and excitement (as well as the impending doom and danger) from spotting wildlife (or being ripped apart by it) keeps you sharp and aware of your surroundings while you ...
... Loop Road across the northern part of the park to the Northeast Entrance. We saw hundreds of bison in the Lamar Valley, elk munching on the lawns at park headquarters, pronghorn antelope, deer, and, finally, a grizzly bear. We had stopped at a turnout for lunch and I walked back to the bathroom and opened the blind and immediately saw this good sized grizzly coming down the north slope. Unfortunately he was about 200 yds away and when some cars ...