Hebgen Lake Mountain Inn
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... geyser so named because it erupts highly predictably every 92 minutes (plus or minus 10 minutes). Waiting for the eruption we watched a film on Yellowstone and then sat and watched Old Faithful. The eruption came on time and we just made it back to the van to avoid a thunder storm accompanied by hale, snow and sleet. A further 40 minute drive took us to Yellowstone Lake Lodge where we were to spend the night in very nicely appointed and warm wooden cabins. Distance travelled 325 ...
... to head for sleep to get up at 1.30 am to have a watch!! At 1.30 am we wandered down to lake with blankets, the skies were clear & the temperature cool. There we sat watching the wonderful skies full of stars & the Milky Way. Shooting stars were plentiful, some small & shorts, while others bright & long sipping across the skies, we saw at least a dozen! An hour passed quickly while we watched & enjoyed the show before heading back to ...
... us to take in some of the huge Yellowstone Lake as well as contemplate plans for the next day. The sun had returned as we arrived around 7pm, checked-in, located our site where Iain did some impressive reversing manoeuvres and cooked. Thai red curry was on the menu that evening and we went to bed with our tummies filled. (Well Iain and I did anyway, Bryony had a mid-meal tantrum about the consistency of the rice and refused any more... The joys of approaching the age of ...
... water turns to steam, which is a massive expansion and so causes the eruption (apologies to Ian, or any chemists or physicists for mangling that explanation). It is amazing to watch, although the smell of the hydrogen sulphide is quite over whelming at times. We are now driving to the campsite, just outside Yellowstone in Montana, increasing my state count. We are up and leaving camp at 5am tomorrow in the hope of seeing some more ...
... and saw an owl which was very cool. For dinner we had hamburgers and Ben and Jerrys ice cream from the KOA grocery store. Sidenote: Ben and Jerrys half-baked ice cream is probably one of the best things I've ever had. Chocolate and vanilla ice cream swirled together with HUGE bouncy ball size chunks of brownie and COOKIE DOUGH! Best ice cream ever!! We ended the night with Jeremy and Harlie showering together at the KOA showers and us all cuddling to Winnie to the ...