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Even living in Hawai‘i, we grow up learning a song called "America the Beautiful." As MānoaDNA, we guest starred on Pops Okami's rendition of it, singing background vocals. Unfortunately, living on a small, remote island doesn't allow you to fully understand what the song is talking about. This trip has allowed me to live the lyrics first hand! Last night, the drive up to South Dakota took us through the sunset and into the night. When we left ...
... met some chipmonks on the way -at least we thought they were chipmonks!
We divert off and climb to the top of bear tooth pass - at over 10000ft high it was so cold up there with snow and still on the ground. Graham one of our group who is getting on a bit, was worried whether he could get to the top on his fairly old suzuki bike so we followed him up - no problem for the old codger (the bike ...
... the headquarters for administration of the park. Last stop was at the Old Faithful Geyser which erupts every 90 minutes - great sight to see and lots of people there. We saw 2 eruptions, the second one after a thunderstorm. We had an early dinner here in wonderful facilities and back to the Lodge by 7.45 - another long day, but what a day of waterfalls, bubbling pools, bubbling mud and geysers. The boardwalks at these venues are great.
... of people snapping off photos and getting way too close to the animal! After a couple of snaps we kept on, stopping to look at the great thermal areas and some beautiful scenery along the numerous rivers and creeks.The park is absolutely huge (approx 3,500 square miles) and has numerous sealed roads to cater for the millions of visitors that frequent the park each year. After travelling about a third of the major loop road we stopped at the Old Faithful Geyser and joined a ...
... not pretty. The bear telegraphed his intent as he charged directly at me and Lacey got the message. I raised my arm to fire a warning shot, and noticed Lacey spring at him. I jerked my arm up as I pulled the trigger, causing the shot to go wild, at the same time Lacey hit him hard and with enough force to push him off course… 35 pounds vs. 1,800 pounds, but she’s wiry. A .44 magnum sounds like a cannon and its roar either caused the ...