Yellowstone Country Inn
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... which was good. It is meant to go off every 90 minutes or so and it proved to be pretty reliable.
We then made our way back to the 'Painted pots'. A lot of geysers and mud bubbling (similar to Rotovegas but more colourful) were in this area. Looking across the fields of geysers is very ...
... We were at risk of missing our flight, so went with it. We are proud to report 1) we survived and 2) we looked like locals checking in for our flight. For those of you who travel in the US, you understand the nightmare of computerised checkin, pay for luggage, put your own tags on etc without any human help. We nailed it! Farewell Seattle, we hope to ...
... is less than four and a half inches wide! When the water erupted there were lots of oohs and sash and it formed a superb spectacle for about four minutes. Geysers can be found in four regions in the world other than Yellowstone, chile, New Zealand, Iceland, and Russia. More than half the geysers in the world are at Yellowstone, which shows how important this area is, geologically.
After seeing the ...
... a bike rack. We locked our bikes here and walked 1.6 miles to Fairy Falls. The mosquitoes were really bad on the trail! I remembered bear spray but not bug spray. The fall is beautiful. There were only a few other groups there. The water was cold, but it felt good because it was 85 degrees out.
After a bit, we proceeded on the path 0.8 mile to Imperial Geyser. Orange algae lines a hot creek alongside part of this path. Imperial Geyser erupts almost ...
... night (all food needs to be locked away from the bears) a visit to many geysers including Old Faithful and a drunken night around the fire with three rednecks from Utah. There was something magical about this place where you could see wild animals in their own natural habitat that was so steeped in history. A t-shirt in one of the few souvenir shops said "Only the tough survive Yellowstone," I can now see why. This was surely the Godfather of all of the States national ...