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... interesting, especially to Matthew. While listening to the ranger we got to see a rare event. The Beehive geyser which gushes water up to 200ft. Went off almost simultaneously with Old Faithful. Beehive goes off on the average of once a day but is not predictable.
Back in the car, we headed to do the Southern Loop. About 5 minutes out we saw a family having car/ trailer problems. A jump start didn't work. The family was from the Netherlands and in the U.S. for 3 years. ...
... running, some bathing in the stream. It was like Pride Rock of bison. We even saw a couple crossing the street! They had to stop the traffic so that they could pass. Also, hidden among the fluffy bison were a pair of pronghorn antelopes, which are apparently hard to find. Matthew was thrilled to discover them. He would later say they were his favorite part of Yellowstone.
After visiting the valley, we drove to the outer rim of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone for ...
... lay in the middle of the rode well then they will if you don't believe me then check out these pictures. We also saw a bunch of thermal pools filled with bubbling hot mud, really hot water and steam. Oh and did I mention that I went on this trip with this crazy lady named Michelle that was obsessed with collecting ...
... supplies such as food and water, from other places.
I actually read a decent trilogy that starts with the book Ashfall by Mike Mullin that took on life after the massive super-volcano explosion, which painted a frightening picture of what life would be like if the volcano erupted. Highly recommended, if you like scary post-apocalyptic novels.
Anyhow, there is no evidence that the volcano is going to erupt any time soon, despite the fact that it ...
... frittata, hash browns and coffee.
When Dad finally finished his breakfast (10:00am) we all packed up to head out for the day. He wanted to take a hike to the Natural Bridge. It was a 1.2 mile hike and the bridge was quite picturesque. There were a lot of wildflowers along the way and Mom stopped to take a lot of pictures on the way back. After returning to the Marina parking lot, we headed to the Marina General Store and got a few supplies ...