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... roast beef/cheese sandwich and potato chips to share. Then we walked over to the Visitor's Center to look in the museum about Yellowstone's glaciers, earthquakes, and the huge volcano caldera in which we are staying & traveling. Could go at anytime! Living on the edge;) Back on the bus at 2:00 to continue on to the West side towards Norris Geyser Basin, then made a left to head south towards Old Faithful. Nic pulled over to show us the Chocolate Spring, a funky formation ...
... Fountain Paint Pots, which was really crowded but pretty neat. Everybody liked that as well. Then we drove to Firehole Canyon to eat lunch and swim. Walker and I jumped off the cliffs and it was big fun. After that we headed north and stopped at Artists Paint Pots, which was also beautiful and crowded. It had a couple of mud bubblers that Will and Walker especially liked. Once we got ...
... come straight from the set of Mary Poppins, woodpeckers and a myriad of other singing birds. A snake crossed our path, as did a Pika and chipmunks scurried away into rocks or bushes.
The walk was called 'Beaver Ponds Trail'. And despite being advised that we would be unlikely to see Beaver, we did see one swimming across the pond.
The wildflowers are in full bloom, and the meadows we passed through ...
Got up early for breakfast and set off round Yellowstone National Park. The initial mist soon parted to reveal yet more brilliant sunshine. Yellowstone is a lot busier than the other parks but we managed to get away from the long procession of cars you can get caught up in at Yellowstone. We didn't see any Grizzlies roaming the park but we did see a wolf and a bald eagle amongst ...
... and indulged ourselves. Just when you think you've seen everything, nature says 'get a load of this one' ! A forty feet high cascade of water that has deposited a crystallised wall of salts of a rainbow assortment, is there steaming and streaming away in front of you !!! We were lost for words at the sight and size of this thing. You walk to the foot of it and just stare because only nature could produce such a reality. Leaving ...
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