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... colony's in the west. CUTE
Off to Yellowstone and a LONG drive of about hours. We went to sleep as soon as we got to Pahaska Tepee Cabins. Slept in and off to the park.
First day was Old Faithful, buffalo, elk, 2 waterfalls in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.
Second Day was Mamoth Hot Springs a coyote and more buffalo.
We are in Coty now and going to the Rodeo. Gotta Go and will send more details tomorrow. ...
Drove 55 miles over 10 hours with frequent stops.
Just 50 miles north of Jackson sits Yellowstone National Park with Grand Teton National Park nestling neatly between us and our destination we were looking at two parks in one day. As expected it was an an action packed day.
Our first stop was the visitors centre to pick up some info and advice on how to plan ...
... and ski jumps. In one day we passed two major ski resorts and had to practice serious self restraint to not go skiing (just kidding)!! Alex noticed that Salt Lake City wasn’t far off of our course so we swung by to check out Temple Square and get some dinner (yummy Mediterranean). By surprise we happened upon the Utah Genealogy Center where Family Search is based and I got giddy! We only missed the IAJGS (International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies) ...
I'm not sure if I’ve ever been as cold or had quite as bad a sleep. I fell asleep early but we were woken around 12pm by packs of Wolves howling at the moon (I assume the moon) by which point it was absolutely Baltic and I was wearing just a t-shirt. I had not anticipated it dropping below freezing. I woke again at around 4am and got stuck in my sleeping bag so, annoyed, I tore off the zip, got my flip flops on and got the torch and walked in the pitch ...
... area was fascinating and fun. Toward the end of our walk saw a solitary bison 50 yards away on a hillside. Kathy got a good picture of it. Across the road we viewed Sulphur Caldron, one of the most acidic springs in Yellowstone. These waters are about as acidic as car battery acid or stomach fluids. Main feature here were two bison lying on the white surface. They seemed to be enjoying the acidic springs. Headed back to ...