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... experiencing at that moment. After this I went to check out the geysers and watched them spew water at least 50 feet in the air. I just explored Yellowstone for about three hours before I headed to my hotel. I went and stopped at a local restaurant realizing that some of their food was better than the 5 star restaurants. I headed to my new hotel, Explorer Cabins where I rested for a big day that awaits me tomorrow. ...
... Small world! We went our separate ways and Levi and I walked over to the view point, and I had an idea. The viewing area was surrounded by a huge granite wall, and I wanted to take a really great photo! My plan was to climb on to the wall and have Levi take my photo while I jumped off. "What's this trip about?" I kept thinking, "Carpe Diem!" So, I climbed up, jumped off, and immediately saw a flaw in my plan: I jumped up. Off a four foot tall solid ...
... for the Halloween costume party that we were having tonight. I
changed into my costume – kind of a grim reaper, death eater, scream sort of thing. We meet up and walked down the road to the bar called silver dollar. Here we had drinks, then dinner and meet with locals who though that what we were doing was a great idea. I took pictures, drank and then headed back to the hotel before going to bed.
... s roof and just watched the Bison graze and stick out their tongues; they didn't seem to have a care in the world. At one point it was just me sitting there, with about 50 Bison dotting the field, and one right next to my car. It was another surreal experience that I won't soon forget. I also spotted an antelope and pulled over to take a picture. Usually someone else has already spotted an animal, but this one I claimed and everyone else who pulled over was like good ...
... thickened and there were many RV's heading for the park, making progress much slower than we anticipated so that it was around 11.30am before we reached Yellowstone Village where we had a coffee. We joined the 4 lanes of vehicles queuing to pay the $25 vehicle entry fee and then it was another 40 kilometres until we reached the park proper, and within a short distance of cruising one of the amazing roads we saw a bison bull grazing not far off the road. Within minutes there ...