Crossed Sabres Ranch
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... out there. Mike told us that he would travel anywhere to cook and share his BBQ with people and we were trying to convince him to go to Boston. He would make a ton!!! We also brought up the Big E and how they have many vendors and food trucks and that he should look into it! We told him we would send him some information to his Facebook page. We grabbed a picture with him, said our goodbyes and headed on our way. Next stop Mount Rushmore!!!
... In fact it was possible to put your foot through the thin crust and into boiling mud or water. About a dozen people have been scalded to death and many seriously scalded in Yellowstone in this way. Prior to our last stop at the mud volcano we stopped to have a look at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and its Upper and Lower falls. Yellowstone Park gets its name from the predominantly multicoloured mineral stained rock in the canyon. In all we took ...
... scenery. Learned a lot about the geo thermal system , the forest, wildlife etc. had lunch at Canyon Lake, cafeteria , ugh. Salad and mac 'n cheese .. Had a sandwich at the bear claw deli in the Old Faithful Inn. Stopped at the Continental Divide on our way back to room, by 8, In bed by ...
The weather was fantastic for our stay; the first night dropped to -2 C but the next two nights weren't quite so cold. Our wool duvet is keeping us warm at night. This was our first time camping without hookups, and everything worked great, including our handy dandy drip coffee maker. John could click the furnace on while he was still in bed, so we didn't have to get up until it was warm! ...
... springs and lakes. Although Old Faithful didn't disappoint the highlight for us was the Grand Prismatic Lake. This thermal feature is famous for the thermophiles (microscopic creatures) who give the shores of the lake a brilliant array of red, yellow, and blue colours. It is truly other worldly. Add in rising plumes of mist that billow over the boardwalk as you walk and you feel like you could be back in a primordial age. On our final day ...