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... into town to find our campsite and to our amazement, we were surrounded by about 60-70 elk grazing on the lawns of the hotel! How do you decide which elk to take a picture of when they’re all around you – but what a thrill!!
We’re on the homeward stretch now. Two more days and this long-awaited holiday will come to an end. Lawrence can check one more thing off his bucket list!
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We went straight to Mammoth Hot Springs today and arrived about 10 taking roadside pics along the way. This northern portion of the park is a high altitude plateau, hilly and sparsly wooded. We saw an idyllic scene or two of a bison heard roaming the grasses. Once at Mammoth, walked the Mammoth Terrace trail thru those multi-tiered white rock formations. It was dry here so there wasnt water ...
... is riddled with these hot
springs in different areas, and the park is very well organized and offer area
maps that showed exactly where we needed to go. We made an unexpected stop at
Old Faithful even though it wasn't on our itinerary because another hot spring,
Morning Glory, was a nearby hike away. While we were there, Old Faithful was
predicted to erupt within the next 20 minutes, so we waited for ...
... were doing what we are meant it did and that us to appreciate creation and praise the Creator. The sun was setting so we backtracked quickly, an easy task with so few visitors left in the park. Once again, we were delayed 20 minutes at Norris by flagging. Much too late, we arrived in Mammoth where we noticed elk sleeping roadside. We got some ice and went to camp to have a nighttime snack. I built a fire and Jess made s'mores. Then it was off to bed to cap off a second beautiful YNP ...
... the presence of bison - standing and grazing on the pullout. Naturally everyone was snapping pics madly, while the ranger tried frantically to get us moving past the buffalo. Frustrating work, that.
Holy Cow! A tourist just pulled onto the road, driving on the wrong side, smack in the middle of my lane. Luckily, he realized his mistake before we had an unfortunate meeting and swerved over. Must have ...