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It was 7:30 in the morning, and the wind was blowing and the birds were chirping. I galloped to my car for this beautiful day that awaits me. I first had to stop at the closest IHop to enjoy a stack of pancakes. After that I headed to my favorite destination, Yellowstone National Park. When I got there, I saw a wild herd of buffalo. I immediately stopped and pulled out my phone to take a video of what ...
... different each National Park is, yet how beautiful they all are in their own right. One can't really compare their beauty, it's so unique to each location. It reminds me of the way people are...everyone is beautiful in their own way, and no two people are the same.
During my drive I also got to see many Bison, both in the road and grazing in a field right next to the road. That was pretty cool to be so close to wild animals. I pulled over and again sat ...
... of them while we were there. We also didn't manage to see any wolves, although we saw people who did - through their super powerful telescopic camera lenses.
We were surprised at how crowded Yellowstone was with tourists of all shapes, sizes and nationalities, but especially the larger American variety. The roads were quite busy, and often lined with crowds of wildlife photographers. Campsites all filled up ...
... concave shape of the face from forehead to the tip of the nose and a large hump over the front shoulders… that this was no ordinary black or brown bear, but a Grizzly! He was far more interested in the berries than people and ignored us. I had gotten a shirt in Cody that said, “Don’t mess in the affairs of bears, for you are crunchy and taste good with berries”, but this was a vegetarian day, and I was not slated for his ...
... highlight in this area.
This meant we had time to nip just outside the park to Boiling River. Here a hot spring fed into a natural (and cold) river which acted to heat up the river making it more than warm enough to soak in. Like a flowing bath. Unfortunately this is well known to lots of people so it was pretty busy and all the best bathing areas were taken. Still we went in anyway for a little bit and it was pretty ...