Crossed Sabres Ranch
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... 90 I was flagged down by a group of motorcycle riders. I pulled over, got out and saw that the electric cable that connects the truck’s and Jeep’s wiring for brake lights and turn signals was dragging on the pavement and was beaten up beyond recognition. Great! I disconnected it (which I should have done anyway, except I thought it was tied up out of the way) and threw it in the truck. The cyclists had waited to see if there was anything ...
... drive, we found ourselves in the village around Old Faithful. Now, I kind of figured that Old Faithful was this thing in the ground surrounded by guard rails, maybe a path that leads to it, and that's it. Well, they've built a whole complex around that thing. There was the Old Faithful Inn, the first building they built back in 1902 (I'm going to talk a lot about this place, so I won't go into detail now), then another lodge, the Visitor's Center, and the Snow Lodge, each ...
... waterfalls. Traffic often stopped ahead of us for a bison crossing; it's such a thrill to see these huge animals up close - they definitely had the right of way! The Park was extremely crowded and we were told that attendance this year is up 25% over last year!
Yellowstone's wildlife and its many geothermal features kept us busy snapping picture after picture, so we will show you the ...
... 4000 fumaroles within the boundaries of Yellowstone National Park, if you're curious.
The geothermal aspects of Yellowstone have a very distinct smell, it's sort of a cross between ramen noodles and sulfur.
The Paintpots were very cool, well rather... hot due to them being thermal, but you know what I mean... They were a variety of colors... we had blue pools, green pools, red mud, gray clay, and lots of muddy pools that boil, cause steam to ...
... on the drive and stopped at a number of scenic spots between Norris and Madsion. Those included:
- The Paint Pots
- Gibbons Falls where we took a short hike to the overlook
- The Prismatic Spring at Midway Geyser Basin (Dad & Sarah checked it out)