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... on… but it didn’t go off. Not much between Cody and Billings so I drove on.
Arriving in Billings I drove straight to Best Buy and, on the way, saw a Ford dealer, so I stopped. I explained what was going on and was told they would have to run a diagnostic test first… and the earliest they could get me in was probably Tuesday. That wouldn’t work, since I had to be back in Cody to do a service at noon on Tuesday. ...
... the tall waterfalls, but I think Yellowstone has it beat with this pretty one. The cliffs were all different colors from the different rocks and minerals that they were composed of. Add in some hydrothermal and volcanic gasses and you've got rainbow cliffs. Add a waterfall, and you've got a view. I think this was my favorite spot in all of Yellowstone. While I was staring at the cliffs, Matthew found a "very small animal" which he later found out was a pika.
We spent four days in Yellowstone, the first national park in the world. It covers over 3,500 square miles, so there was a lot of ground to cover. We drove every main road in the Park and camped in two different campsites, each at different ends of the Park. Not much of our time was spent at the campsites, as our days were filled with visiting the many geothermal wonders, ...
... we explored a little bit.
We checked out the Artist's Paintpots, which was a quaint little hike overlooking several geothermal features such as mud pots, fumaroles, and some geysers. For those of you, who don't know, after all I didn't know, a fumarole is an opening in the planet's crust, often in the neighborhood of volcanoes, which emits steam and gases such as carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, hydrogen chloride, and hydrogen sulfide.
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... Mom checked out the gift shop then typed up her blogs to get them up to date. Dad and the kids played games (electronic) at a table in the lounge.
We drove to Hayden Valley to look for wildlife then went to Roosevelt Lodge for our last dinner in the park. It was just as good as the first and we enjoyed the ambiance of the lodge.
From here we headed back to the cabins for our last night's sleep at Yellowstone National Park.
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