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... at a pretty spot at Yellowstone lake and then grabbed some takeout lunch at Fishing Bridge. Stopped at another lovely spot on the Yellowstone River. There were about a dozen people having lunch. Everyone was quiet and just enjoying the peaceful setting. Wow. That was good for the soul. Heading back down the road we ran into a herd of bison. There are big bull males with the females and young this time of year and they ...
... as we were driving along we could see a group of cars stopped, so we stopped and got out to have a look, and there was a young grizzly, a couple of years old walking along a ridge next to the road, as we watched it continued walking for a way, before walking down and crossing the road. Unfortunately I couldn't get any particularly good photos on the iPhone, but Emily got some excellent ones on her camera. We had to walk ...
... encounter with the mass of humanity in the parking lot of the Norris Geyser Basin. Again, we waited in a line of cars for a parking space. Heading out to the trail we were surrounded by all description of humankind. Old, young, big, tall, singles, couples, immediate family and large extended families were being brought by cars, campers and busses. All styles of dress could be seen from the "outlandishly unprepared for a hike in flip flops ...
... have ever seen. We stopped to see bison who were grazing right by the road on our way to Madison Ranger Station for a Junior Ranger program. The area where the girls had their talk there was a HUGE bison less than 50 feet who was just resting in the middle of a huge meadow. He hung out there the whole time we were there and occasionally would glance over at us but otherwise was not bothered by our presence. Driving back to our campsite we ...
... of the road had three dozen cars crawling by for their photo shoot. A couple miles down the road was a field with more than 50, and an elk. The "Grand Canyon of Yellowstone" lives up to its name. We stopped at the lower falls viewpoint. It took a while because there are a lot of different angles of the falls you can walk to. Then we headed to Yellowstone lake and had lunch. Then we continued along Lewis lake and down to Grand Teton National park. The ...