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We got stopped in the first of innumerable bison/elk/bear-jams. Seeing a huge elk stag lazing in a meadow, then getting stuck as some bullish bison tramped along a backroad, deliberately walking out in front of vehicles to assert its dominance over the park. We made the right choice, visiting in the 'Fall'; a guide we spoke to said that the summers are horrendous, with 2 hour animal jams, as people slow or stop in the road to take photos, or foolishly approach on foot to ...
... where we could find parking and avoiding the crowded spots with plans to return after Labor Day when the crowds would thin out. Even after the Labor Day weekend, we found it wise to leave early or late in the day to explore the more popular or unique attractions. We enjoyed a fun-filled, action packed week exploring the park 5 of the 7 days we were here.
Yellowstone is an amazing park with an incredible diversity. We know we will return as soon as is practical and ...
... camping vehicles due to the Bears that frequent the area...not sure how I feel about that! We stopped in to the visitor center to get our bearings and plan our next few days. Since we only had the afternoon left this first day, we decided to drive up to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. On the way there we saw some huge bison, but we were also on the lookout for the Elk, John also wants to see some bear, me? No thanks! Once we got to the canyon, ...
... get 2 scoops (but I think the guy scooping gave us more than that)! I had mint chocolate chip. We also did a Jr Ranger Activity called Wildlife Olympics. We had to hold our breath like a beaver, jump high like a bison. Did you know a bison can jump over a 6 foot fence?!?! We also sprinted like a antelope, jumped as far as we could like a snow hare, stood one one foot like a blue heron, tested our sense of smell like a bear. We had a fun ...
... and turned westward towards Morris Geyser Basin. Had wanted to visit this place but for two days, we arrived too late. It was close to 9pm by then and so headed back to the West Entrance but not before stopping to catch the sunset. The weather is much cooling today. It's mainly in the lower twenties. So, even though the sun still beats down on us, it doesn't make walking around too tiring. It was quite a pleasant walk. It was very windy by the lakeside though, so it can ...