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We had recently read that; 'there is no better place to be for the 4th July celebrations than in the town of Cody'.
Well that was a stroke of luck as that's where we were heading next! OK, maybe there was a little pre-planning, but it was comforting to read that we'd made the right choice!
Having visited Cody 9 years ago when I worked on a ranch in neighbouring Montana, I knew ...
... various geysers and steam vents called ‘fumaroles’ going off all around us.
It was fascinating to walk the wooden boardwalks amongst these very impressive geothermal features which really brought home the fact that we were walking inside the caldera of an active supervolcano. This place is certainly alive!
... a couple times hoping for some eagles, and then returned exactly in an hour.
Then we took the hike to Natural Bridge, something else new for me. We could have left right from the bridge marina where we were parked, but the trail from there was slightly longer (by a half a mile round ...
... cafeteria for dinner.
We had the turkey dinner which we enjoyed, we had a great view of the lake from our table. Then we sat at the lakeside and watched the night fall. Right by the water the mosquitos weren't a problem and the cliff swallows gave me a nice show.
The Park Ranger had changed his schedule so Ms Caroline led us out to Stormy Point where we saw Yellow Belly Marmots hopping in and out of their stone condos and lake trout leaping up to grab tasty insects. Muledeer, bison and chipmunks were also plentiful. We had the Grands as Megan had struck out early to ascend a major peak and of course was ...