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The Beartooth Pass is epic. I hold my breath as we climb switchbacks that hang over the cliffs. I hold my go pro out over the edge hoping for that one shot. The go pro is tough. The batteries die every 20 mins but I find a pattern of switching them out, recharging and putting them back in Bluetooth mode. I must take over 100 pictures in ten mins- the snow capped mountains, ...
... Bryony, in her usual timely way, took a nap from our arrival at the Grand Canyon up until this point, and missed everything. She was clearly saving herself for the afternoon's adventures. Lunchtime was getting ever closer by this point. We planned to visit the park's most active geothermal site, the Norris Geyser Basin, in the afternoon so it made sense to drive west and enjoy another RV picnic lunch close to where we needed to be. Considering the fact that we'd hoped to see ...
... valve but also the female valve that it screwed into. We called the Grizzly Park Campground where we are staying in West Yellowstone and they gave us the name of an RV repairman that comes to the park and makes repairs. We called him and set up to meet him once we got into camp. On the way I had some intestinal issues and had to stop and use the camper bathroom. The only way that worked was for Peg to stand outside the camper and plug the waterline I ...
... rough and shaggy looking as they lose their fur.
Our next adventure was at Terrace Spring which had, surprise surprise, more hot geysers. Or actually, it was more like hot pools since nothing was remotely gushing. We changed things up with a short hike to Gibbon Falls, a pretty little waterfall among the rock cliffs. This was followed by snapping pics of a small bison herd with lots of babies that we came across lying just off ...
... homer and i and not the good stuff from the canon 6d and g10. We then went on the the grand Canyon of yellowstone to see the falls close up, just amazing. It finally cleared up out here and the angle of the sun was perfect for rainbows on the lower falls. I'll try to attache some pics. Its about 2:30 pm now dont know what to do ...