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... Falls. This was a really pretty waterfall that runs between two cliffs. Dad and Maeve wanted to climb down the cliff on our side of the falls but when Mom saw how steep it was she said “NO”. They were already half way down so she climbed down close to where they were standing to make sure she wasn’t overreacting. It was too slippery and steep with rocks below. No way was she allowing Maeve to go, and Dad agreed. So ...
... Despite the attempts of a few wind gusts to spoil our holiday he came back safely, and we walked along the South Rim past Artist Point (the rocks look like an artists palette) back to the crush at Uncle Toms Point and nearby carpark, catching amazing views of the Lower Falls cascading into the canyon. We were told that this is the second most photographed spot in the park behind Old Faithful, and it's in this area that Yellowstone got it's name.
Mid afternoon, we drove south ...
... to that war and especially the Paris peace conference of 1919 - but we digress!)
Ann and I felt like the early 1900 British aristocracy at lunch - we rode in on our bikes, sat down at the table, and were served lunch by the staff!
After a hearty meal, we got back on the bikes, this time with Gayle riding with us for a few miles. Lea and Norma said they would follow shortly and pick Gayle up when she had had ...
... watch the river…. Then they dive onto the river and will grab a fish and fly off... We have a favorite spot... and tree... That tree is now gone... and our friendly Eagle has moved down river to another tree….
So as of today…. We’ve not seen Bear, Mule ...
... at a place called Randolph at the general store for an icecream (lunch). This general store carries everything including horse shoes and the pads which are used under the hoofs for stony riding. About 75%25 of our riding so far has been within sight of huge mountains, riding along ridgetops and mountains or down in canyons. Very little is done on prairie land. At home the hay is put straight into the ...