Grand Targhee Resort
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... bright green, yellow, orange, and the most beautiful turquoise I’ve seen . The sulfur smell was a bit nasty. We headed over to a huge plume of white billowing steam , which turned out to be the after-activity from an early morning eruption of Steam Boat Geyser whose last two eruptions were July of 2013 and 2005. We didn’t see Old Faithful due to road work in the park, but that’s okay, the Rangers were pretty excited ...
... Yellowstone River and see steam rising from it's banks. Or pull into a parking area to see some other thermal feature and there is a fenced off area in the parking lot that has steam coming out of it. You can look across a wooded hillside and see steam. Or be driving along and see bubbling mud cauldrons. There must be thousands of thermal features: geysers, mud pots (or mud volcanoes), sulphur springs, etc. And from the road we see only some of ...
... stations for ease of entry for getting fuel tomorrow as we head to Park City, UT. The price of gas is $ 3.70 to $ 3.95. Ouch. I hear Cook Valley is working on taking up donations for our trip. Just kidding folks.
Now we head back to Colter Bay on the remainder of the scenic loop drive. There is construction on this road so we will take a different route tomorrow to avoid ...
... guide book, Milo had discovered a hike he wanted to try behind the Old Faithful geyser. So after coffee we tried that one. It was indeed beautiful. In fact, Lulu said that if you only had time for one hike in Yellowstone, that would be a good one to do. Lulu and Milo made the long hike all the way to the end together, while Noah and Mark took a short cut so Noah could finish a hike by himself, get ...
... and hills we had to edge down. We crossed some creeks (my horse enjoyed literally leaping over them). We stopped for lunch atop a large butte and enjoyed the spectacular view. On our way back home we even forded the river. Alex noted proudly that neither of us contracted dysentery or died from malaria – a contrast to one of our favorite childhood computer games, The Oregon Trail. Gas stations stopped at: 4 Miles traveled from Wall, SD to Red Hills Ranch: 976 Time in the ...