Turpin Meadow Ranch
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... geyser (the Old Faithful Snow Lodge). Although we found our hotel a bit 'for the masses' and the food in the various cafes across the Park pretty average we loved the Park and Old Faithful was pretty impressive - it erupts every 90 minutes (give or take mins). The Park is enormous with so much to see, we were active for three full days straight. Yellowstone NP is in the caldera of a still active volcano (last eruption 640,000 ...
Yesterday we went on a 6 mile drive. It was supposed to be a scenic drive but, we thought it was a hotspot for animals. We looked the whole drive. Then, a bit more than halfway though we looked at the description and it said scenic. Then at the very end we saw a cub. It was a black bear and it was about 10 yards away from us! It looked like it was born last year. It knew that we were there but didn't seem to care, he was too busy ...
... solo loop of Leigh Lake, trying to stay off the bear's dinner menu.
Finally back in the RV for a climb up a rather steep and narrow road to the top of Signal Mountain for the signature sunset shot. Unfortunately, it's a thing that lots of tourists do, and the mosquitoes have wised up. They were waiting in swarms, so it was a fairly quick photo stop.
Finally back to our campsite in the dark. Luckily nobody had staked an alternate claim to it, as the park was signposted as ...
... and tourists. We each grabbed one beer out of the cooler and planned to crack em as she blows. Unfortunately she wasn't going to blow until 8:01 +\- 10 minutes. We put the beers away and took some pictures in front of the super volcano as the snow picked up. The mercury was dropping so we checked out the visitor center before heading back to the car. We really had to leave as it would take 30 minutes to get to the cafeteria near our cabin in optimal ...
... pictures so you have to imagine it!
After the usual routine at the Inn at Old Faithful (shower, breakfast, prayer, and some Harry Potter with coffee – I took my time getting moving to let the fog lift) I headed south towards the Grand Tetons. One last stop in Yellowstone: the geyser basin at the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake. Paul and I stopped here four years ago and I remember really enjoying it; it still makes me smile. It’s ...