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... start to cross the valley through the grasses. For a short time, we can only see the tall bisons because the grasses cover them. While the first few make it through, the others stop. At this point, we see a bear running through the grasses perpendicular to the bison. We’re at a distance so it’s hard to tell, but we think it may be a grizzly bear. The small group of bison gather quickly and then freeze. In fact, the whole herd behind ...
... another hour to Old Faithful, which is a cone geyser that was discovered in 1870. It is named for its frequent eruptions. Approximately every 92 minutes the geyser shoots water about 135 feet up into the air! Over 8,400 gallons of water are dispersed per eruption.
Upon arrival, we learned that the geyser would erupt within the next ten minutes. We did ...
... got a big kick out of it and the eruption was bigger than our previous visit.
We saw lots of buffalo today, a sand crane, elk, deer and a big grizzly bear. The cars were stopped everywhere for the grizzly bear and the park rangers were trying to restore order and get traffic moving. We saw the grizzly but the cars were stopped everywhere and we could barely get our rv thru so not enough hands to ...
... to cover one's neck/face for extra warmth. Even with multiple layers of everything, a stocking cap and my sweatshirt hood pulled up, it was cold. I pulled out the green flap and it covered my whole face. Hey, I'm warm! I might get to sleep after all. Then I remembered warning tags on my tent that proper ventilation was required to prevent suffocation. And I was convinced that ...
... been surpassed by many taller arch dams. Google it if you want to learn more.
We then stopped for lunch back in Cody at Granny's Restaurant and had a great meal of breakfast food. It had been quite awhile since we did that on this trip as breakfast in the RV is usually hot coffee and cold cereal. Will stop this blog at this point and continue another "Cody" blog because there is so much more to tell.
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