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... That means we had a snow ball fight! It was a long hike down to the overlook, we definitely noticed getting winded while we walked at the high altitude. While on the mountain we met a family from Brazil that was worried about the "beers" and asked if we had "beer" spray with us. When we got down the mountain we ate lunch and then went on a ropes course! Jack was the only person who did the hardest part, ...
... 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 ...
... on the geyser pool theme: here they flow right into the lake. Plus, the pools are vividly colored, with clear water that allows you to see how deep they are.
The Grand Tetons are directly south of Yellowstone, and thanks to 24,000-acre donation by one of the Rockefellers (he beat me to it) it is now one continuous stretch of national park and forest. The ride was slowed by a nasty accident involving a car and a truck pulling a ...
... rest of our drive should be. We also talked about where we were from and what our trip plans were. Unfortunately the person we met was a WY state trooper who pulled me over for speeding. He clocked me doing 78 in a 65 mph road but just wrote it for 75 thereby only making it a $70 fine! Would you believe that is my first ticket ever! Driving for 46 years and it was my first ticket. Good thing he didn't catch me doing 90 in some parts of the drive earlier! Just ...
... I also know the difference between a fall and a bad fall- this is a bad one. Without the body protection, I would have been seriously hurt. As it is, I am shaken up and bruised. I pick myself up and somehow manage to get the rest of the way down (slowly and carefully) nearly hyperventilating in terror. I call it a day, acknowledging that mountain biking is perhaps not my thing! The others are of ...