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... the sulfur steam, we didn't even noticed that we passed right by them lying right on the edge! A few pictures of both the bison and the bear, and we were on our way to the next stop. After a stop at the smelly sulfur pits, and a quick hike up to mud puts, we headed for the Yellowstone Falls. The hike down Uncle Tom's trail is about 800 feet, straight down, on metal stairs. Combined with the 8,000' elevation, it's not a cakewalk, but it was definitely worth ...
... fell asleep on the way back to camp, it’s been a long day for them so we let them sleep in the car while we unpacked the car and walked the dogs. D borrowed a grill from the office so we could cook steak tonight before heading off to Yellowstone where we go from glamping in the KOA cabins to tent camping in our tents for the next ~2wks . I think everyone enjoyed their stay here, even though we didn’t do much other than simply ...
... a couple of days. They gave her a dose of children's Tylenol (which we figured would run us about $100) and sent us on our way. We were expecting a pretty high ER bill, but when it finally came in it was much lower than we thought. And they only charged us $1.50 for the Tylenol!
We were already feeling a little worn down after being on the road for so long, and we thought Iris' injury might be the thing that sent us home early. ...
... clouds all sort of moulded into one which I thought represented nature at its best. The extreme weather, heat and manner of this park was second to none. After the excitement we felt it was time for a cup of something hot as it had been raining all day with sporadic hail storms and icy weather. Not exactly ideal when you are trying to trail outside, trying to take in the scenery. Slightly warmer after our tea, we decided to call it a day and head back to the campsite. The ...
... around the Murie Musuem, which is housed on campus. The collection in the museum was given to TSS in 1973 by the Murie family. This is an elaborate and famous collection that is split up among three places: TSS, Alaska, and The Smithsonian. Students will be able to see a small sample of the thousands of specimens, which include birds, mammals, and plants. Students will discuss adaptation, identification and ecological connections.