Old Faithful Inn
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After another restful sleep we had porridge for breakfast at the carpark, then headed back to the Mammoth Hot Springs to walk to the top and view the terraces from the top. They were rather pretty and impressive.
We then drove south to 'Sheepeater Cliff' (volcanic rock formations), ‘ Roaring Mountain’ (a steam vent from …
Another one of these early starts – and it was bloody freezing for us Queenslanders this morning – I think it was about 4C as we were heading for breakfast. But we survived and then onto the coach and away we went.
Our first stop this morning was at Canary Springs - now despite all the tuition we've had from Daniel I still don …
Given we only have 1 full day here we decided to see as much as we can by taking the Circle Bus tour from 8:30 to 4:30. It was one of the best decisions yet because we could just enjoy the ride, all the stops and absorb all the information that our wonderful guide Michael was telling us about the park and everything in it. Here are some of the …
... loop taking in Sheepeater Cliff where a tribe of Indians use to run sheep off the cliff whilst hunting them, and down to Norris Geyser Basin to look at the many geysers in the area. An hour of sulphur, boiling mud and water later, we joined the south loop road and drove anti clockwise passing even more geysers, lakes, waterfalls, and after lunch at a picnic site, we finally made it to Old Faithful in time for his 15.57pm spurt. It's truely amazing how close to the time he ...