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... live in the park. The Yellowstone Park bison herd is the oldest and largest public bison herd in the United States. Forest fires
occur in the park each year; in the large forest fires of 1988, nearly one third of the park was burnt.
We headed out early on brilliant roads, with every 2 miles marked on the roadside so you knew where you were travelling from and how long it would take you to get there.
There were heaps of bikes returning from Sturgis ...
... shoutout.) The butter, bread, cheese, and everything was fresh and handmade, and you could tell. Bravo, Idaho cow people. We also sampled their fresh ice cream. It was just as tasty. I was happy, after missing the opportunity to have my strawberry cheesecake ice cream at Ghirardelli, to have cherry cheesecake ice cream at Reed's.
Outside of the dairy was a small petting zoo where you can hang out with some animals. The pigs were sleeping when we approached, but ...
... was amazing to see them all, and it definitely made the early start feel worthwhile. We then headed to the grand canyon of Yellowstone, and the reason why Yellowstone or its name, we started below the lower falls, which were amazing, they hardly looked real! We then walked along the top of the gorge, until we reached the lower falls, at which point we walked down over 300 steps to see the base of the falls. The climb up was ...
... on its chemical composition and the heat-loving bacteria even though they were only a few feet from each other. We were hiking amongst geysers, hot springs, fumaroles, and mudpots. It's hard to imagine what the primitive man or early explorers would have thought about this landscape. I felt like I was on Mars.
After finishing our hike through both the porcelain and the back basins, we headed east to the Canyon Village section of ...
... fields. We saw an array of wildlife at this park: Two grizzly bears, a female elk on a back road, countless random deer, and a huge heard of buffalo just outside the park.
This is a geothermal hot pocket, and a terrain like no other I have, or may ever, witness. This park will take you 2 days to explore and see even just the main things, all hikes aside. This park is traffic packed, and without any passing lanes, a ...