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... The afternoon was all about geysers. We drove through the Lower Geyser Basin and saw Young Hopeful and friends spewing steam and water from the bowels of earth. Andrew seemed more impressed than ever . Next we stooped at the Midway Basin, home of the multi-colored Prismatic Spring and the violent unpredictable Excelsior Geyser. (The colors cone from heat loving microbes.) Last we spent some time at Old Faithful, part of the Upper Basin. The geyser was set to erupt 50 ...
... on the ground looking in a particular direction, after following his line of site I saw a coyote stalking him. The coyote slowly moved closer to a distance of 20-30 metres from the elk when the elk went on the offensive, chasing the coyote away. Further into the valley, I stopped at one of the groups of people looking at the hill line on the other-side of the valley. One of the guys offered for me to look through his spotting scope which was ...
Beautiful sunny morning! I start out from West Yellowstone with a full tank of gas, a clean windshield and a song in my heart!
A herd of elk are wading in the Madison River. Beautiful, but the endless line of tourists snakes past at a snails pace.
A short spur road takes me to Virginia Cascade, a pretty waterfall, that not many appear to visit. Upon rejoining the main loop, another knot of ...
... lot about the areas plant and wildlife. We were also entertained by the well dressed lady wearing a dress, cardigan, hiking boots and carrying an Yves Saint Laurent pink parasol who was looking for the spirit bears and wouldn't trust her husband with bear spray. There were wonderful views of the Yellowstone Lake from Storm Point.
After a picnic lunch came the Mud Volcanoes. This was quite possibly the smelliest ...
... of the movie the screen contracted to display a huge picture window where normally you would have a view of the Tetons, however we had a complete whiteout.
Never mind, there were more places to explore. It wasn't long before we entered Yellowstone National Park. The weather had improved slightly and we stopped at Grant Village for hot dogs and fries. We did the compulsory exploration of the gift shop (gift shops ...
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Great rate, clean rooms, plenty of hot waters, nice beds. A good choice.
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