Yellowstone Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... a few minutes after & ran for 5 minutes. Quiet impressive to watch the 145 Foot of boiling water & steam shoot into the air! It was even funnier listening to the huge crowd get excited when a small spurt came up, then steam before the main show. Our next stop was my favourite Mid Way Geyser a large thermal area with boiling water & so many beautiful colours. As you can imagine the boys had reached saturation ...
... s paradise, hence the viewpoint's name. We then took a drive up to a view point on the North Rim too (we'd been on the South Rim) and here Iain was lucky enough to spot an osprey nest. It was sitting on top of a hoodoo - a column of rock with a boulder perched on the top that protects the underlying, softer rock. There were other people scouring the cliffs opposite with their binoculars, as that was where a nearby noticeboard suggested the ospreys were nesting. In a moment of ...
... get there.
There was also some great scenery in the park but we were not up in the high peak area of it. What we were seeing was miles of pine woods, especially lodge pole pine that go up 30 – 40 feet and then have limbs. The name obviously comes from a frequent use made of this wood, making houses and lodges. Then we would pass large open meadows and wetlands with streams and rivers winding their way through them. There were some ...
... of them, maybe thousands as far as you could see. This must have been the sight early explorers encountered as they crossed America.
We saw Elk, including a huge one that had massive antlers that were a few feet long. Rangers were trying to control people to stop them getting too close. This was also the case when we came across a bear with two bear cubs that had stopped for a nap under a tree, escaping the heat. The rangers were keeping people ...
... us. We warmed up our throwing arms and laughed as our rocks fell short of the mountainside. Dad aimed for a hole about 30 feet up, whereas Alex and I were having enough trouble reaching the base of the mountain. There was not a noise to be heard other than our rocks hitting the mountain, the trickling of the creek we were standing in, and chirping of birds around us. After a peaceful and playful few minutes we decided to call it a day and leave Yellowstone and head to Jackson on that positive ...