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... the street for some late brunch. I ordered the tomato bisque and a half grilled cheese, along with a hot tea. If you couldn't tell already, I was very cold and needed a warming! The road to Yellowstone took us west and into Idaho, through potato country. They were harvesting the fields, so we could see the harvest as we drove by. The rest of it, however, was not much to write home about. Once we got to the park, ...
... we head off .. as we are more interested in seeing "Old Faithful" ... you know that geyser thing ... I had forgotten about it, but Jim remembers so we are making a stop.. timing has to be perfect to see it unless you want to wait for an hour and a half to see it. Our timing could not be better and we only have to wait for 12 minutes and "there she blows" lol
I have to say it is pretty cool and one more to cross off the lost .. ...
... winds through the snaking roads, climbing higher, and higher in elevation.
"The elevation might be a bit hard to get used to at first, it may take you a few weeks to fully adjust." the shuttle driver says to me matter-of-factly. I thank him for the heads up. Canyon Village has an elevation of 7,734 feet. I am slightly intimidated, however i can easily handle this. I just hope it doesn't get in the way of my smoking. As we climb higher ...
'There is no public transport to or within Yellowstone National Park'... Ok yeh, that's a great idea considering the millions of visitors it gets a year - apparently during peak season, when I went, it gets approximately 30000 visitors a day. So why is it that ******* hard to run a bus to it?! Unless of course you are a Chinese tourist probably visiting for 2 hours then flying off to the next destination for thousands of dollars! I knew this was going to be one of the toughest parts of ...
... get as close to the park as we could. Once we got into Montana, we were greeted with some flash flooding. The highway rises quite drastically in elevation and the rain clouds were so close to the road. In the midst of the pop-up showers, we passed the Battle of Little Bighorn Monument (a claim to fame for southeast Montana). On we went past Billings en route to Bozeman and the road became very windy and hilly while climbing and descending mountains. ...