Slip and Slide Ranch
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We started the day off around 7am going to the Norris geyser basin! Wow, it is the most thermally active region in the park. We got there early enough and saw nobody on the trails that wound thru the bubbling fumerols and hot springs. It was amazing and i'll try to post a pic. Sorry for the quality of these...they are only iphone ...
... it began
to rain, but we persevered through it to do a walking tour of the existing
buildings which made up Fort Yellowstone. With umbrella and tour map in hand,
we walked about 20 minutes through the buildings learning that some once housed
captains, officers, prisoners, cavalry troops and many others.
We finally rolled into our RV park in beautiful, scenic
Montana, found dinner, and passed out.
... paddle and try to lock the handles together and lean way back off the sides of the boat. Of course, the handles don't hold well and splash. He also took us to a natural spring leaking into the river. They've created a little hottub on the side. Super cool. HOT burning water flowing into the river. This kids mudded up their faces with Daniel...Rummy.
It was such a great day. We ended with dinner at a local pizza place. It was good, especially after ...
... then white as it contrasts with the dark mountains. It almost looks like the sky is torn paper. Like someone tore the sky in a jagged line revealing a black abyss below. Then the contrast disappears into total blackness with stars popping up like some took a needle and poked holes in the heavens. We also have our morning and evening guests which have become fairly mundane now. A family of elk wander through our property and down into other ...
... were more than willing to share their knowledge of the area and their travel tips into Yellowstone. They also made open-faced pulled pork over a gluten free cornbread that was delicious. They gave me a couple pieces to take home....on the road. We grocery shopped in Billings Costco. Strangely, there were people lined up just before opening like they were waiting for tickets to a concert. I've never seen that. We also grocery shopped in ...