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... but the amount we covered was very small when the park is very big. I will have to come back again sometime.
We drove out of Yellowstone headed for the grand Tetons. A mountain range with some more great scenery. We stopped for pictures at a lake and visitors center. The views were grand. We then continued on to Jackson with some great scenery on the way. We got to Jackson hole and walked up the main street and saw the antler arch and then went to a ...
... a full day of driving the endless corn fields and wind farms of Minnesota and prairies of South Dakota. We pulled in to the famed Wall Drug around 8:15 with enough time to run through the massive tourist trap and find Alex a cat for his collection. I saw the book store close before my eyes, and we never got a chance to collect our free cup of ice water. But no matter – we got the cat, and we arrived safely. We were too exhausted, frankly, to care. And we at least got to ...
... the site and headed down to Lumar Valley which apparently, was an excellent place for spotting wolves and bears. The drive through the park was really spectacular and actually topped what we had seen at the Rocky Mountains. Yellowstone's scenery was a lot more varied and due to the bigger size, one is able to see a farther distance with more space for diverse natural beauty. On the way, we saw a ranger in the road ahead and we speculated as to why. Drawing nearer, we ...
... began. As the saying goes 'many hands make light work'. This certainly is true as all was cleared up within twenty minutes. Some of us went out in search of wildlife to no avail as rangers warned us bears were nearby. At 9.30 we were invited to watch a presentation on Yellowstone in an amphitheatre. It was an excellent display explaining Yellowstone discovery, history and amazing sights. It was then time to find our tent in the pitch black, after only a short detour we made it back to ...
... before heading to the Teton Science School.
Tonight students will be sleeping (in real beds!) within the boundaries of Grand Teton National Park at TSS! Porcupine and Eagle's Rest cabins will be in full use tonight! We will be gearing up for our first full day in the field tomorrow! We are expecting a week full of beautiful (and rather warm) ...