Island Park Village Resort
- Concierge desk
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Kids pool
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... in the Park while Ible will be on her 5th once we are done here. We tour guide in Yellowstone during the summer and afterwards usually go back home to our families/school (Oregon for me and Georgia for Ible) or if we are feeling crazy, stay in Yellowstone for the winter season, where we await the next summer so that we may enjoy the sights and sounds of this beautiful ...
... hike thru the boardwalks of the Norris Geyser basin. While there i would shoot some astrophotography stuff, milky way, andromeda galaxy sort of thing, maybe with the steam of a geyser in the foreground. These are usually shot at ISO 800, 2.8 or 1.7 fstop, with a 28mm lens for about 15-30 seconds. The hardest part is focusing actually, the rest is just experiements with time variation and composition. There are a rather large variety of travelers ...
... and down on the stool for an hour and a half. Break for fifteen minutes and have a sandwich. Continue until your bottom is numb. Such was the experience of riding the washboarded and mogul like deep, soft sands of the old rail bed today. This morning, we decided - because our campsite was a mile down the Fish Creek Road, because we had already recced a mile of the main route yesterday before arriving in camp (in other words we went the wrong way), and because the map ...
Left Madison Campground around 11:00, then stopped at the Firehole Canyon swimming area. It was a beautiful area. The current was slow unlike the rest of the river. It was nice for the children to get in and play. Old Faithful erupts every 90 minutes for so, we ended our time with that. ...
... and walked the Clear Lake Trail around the South Rim of what is known as The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. Very like the Grand Canyon we all know about, but obviously not as big. Walked about 3km past Clear Lake and the Lily Pad Lake, ending up at the south rim of the Canyon where we sat on a rock and tried to eat lunch with our hearts on our mouths as Brendan hopped around rocks on the rim edge taking selfies on his camera, with absolutely no barrier between him and the river ...