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For dinner tonight we went to a restaurant named Jakers. It was very good again! We pre-celebrated Paul's birthday tonight with a cinnamon roll sundae. It was a great change from the usual hot fudge sundae.
Tomorrow we start again in the national parks- Grand Tetons and Yellowstone for the next 3 days. Get ready for some great pictures!
... later than predicted this time... but we wait for the show, Sara can't be this close and not see the iconic geyser blast into the air. OK, we check that off the list and head back into the park. The steam directs us to the attractions of the park, a colorful hot spring pool, a large hot spring that flows down into the stream below and more geysers. The colors in the chromatic hot pool are the result of the different bacteria that live in the varying water temperatures. As ...
... binoculars and kept the bear spray nearby. Any bear coming at us would be foolish. There soon we a dozen other people nearby picnicking. We had burgers and sat and enjoyed the rare perfect weather. At Canyon Village I helped Andrew turn in his junior ranger booklet to the rangers. The ranger made this a top priority and was quite strict denying a couple other kids before she got to us. I was worried Andrew was done for here, but he did everything right and answered all ...
... We remembered snowmobiling in Idaho and thought we would go back there for the day. Big mistake as we were on Hwy roads—not snowmobile trails like we were the last time we were here, so we were not in the area we wanted to be in. We should have went into Yellowstone Park today and the next day and then we would have been able to visit Jackson Hole WY on the third day of our stay. I guess we will have to come back out here in a couple of ...
... rod was removed from the SL-1 reactor, causing the reactor to become prompt-critical resulting in a power excursion. Three people died in the reactor room, and when rescue workers arrived to recover the bodies, they emitted 500 R/hr. The force of the explosion was so severe that one body had to be removed from the ceiling, where it was pinned by a control rod ejected from the reactor. The three men were buried in lead coffins ...