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Today took us through Wyoming to Yellowstone! We had about a 4 hour drive from Sheridan,WY to our campsite at Bridge Bay in Yellowstone. I have to admit that the scenery is stunning, breathtakingly so. The escarpments, rocky hills, petrified forests, the lakes, rapid rivers and expanse of landscape is something that I do not think that I can capture in words or in photographs and do any of it justice. Every turn in the road we would take a moment and stare ...
... 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 ...
... breathtaking and should not be missed. We drove down to the Colter bay visitor center and then headed back. We tried to stop at the Yellowstone entrance sign for a photo, but the mosquitoes were so thick the picture was not so good. A few hundred feet from Bridge Bay campground we stopped suddenly because a bear was crossing the road! We barely got out cameras before he scampered into the woods. We stopped back at the upper falls brink which is a ...
... you can't argue with the setting. We're just summoning up the courage for a wash in the river: Nadine has just declared it 'surprisingly warm' so she can go first! + A note on the following entry. Matt is writing the entry that follows at 5.00am on Saturday 13th September lying in the back of a horse box with Marcus - a hunter - lying on one side - and Nadine and Candice - a 67 year old cycle tourist who is doing the transcontinental trail - on the other. The following explains ...
... north rim and see the lower falls from the opposite side. At Lookout Point you can see an Osprey nest on top of a tall rock pillar. Then we end with Inspiration point. These views are awesome but pictures don't do the views justice.
Now on to Mammoth Hot Springs. Along the way are many pull offs with great views. We stop for lunch and eat out of the back ...
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