Slip and Slide Ranch
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... kids to join in. I don't think they would have otherwise.
The kids ended sitting on the nose of the raft which I wasn't thrilled about at first because we would nose dive into the rapids. The kids loved it. Along the way, the kids got to jump in. John also played some games with them like bronco where they stand one the nose of the boat and we paddle and turn and try to knock them off. They loved that. Also another game of trust where they each ...
... day. One layed down next to our cabin while we were all on the porch. Pretty neat. I will post a picture of our view from the porch. I am scrambling to catch up as we are leaving Gardiner today but I am two days behind. I will probably post day 2 in Yellowstone today as well. Hope you are enjoying if anyone is reading. I have to write these anyway as a memory for the family as it will be turned into a book when we are done. Happy trails. ...
... decided to hike up and see the hot springs. Truly amazing to see the boiling hot springs and the colors in them. It was a neat intro to what was in store for us in Yellowstone. This entry is a couple days off because we have been consumed by this place. Excuse the jumping back and forth from past tense and present tense. This was Friday and today is Sunday when I am writing. Wait till you hear what we've been doing. Times of our lives. Check back soon. Lost in ...
... right before exiting the park and entering Montana, a small herd of Elk.
We entered Gardiner just after sunset and had pizza in a restaurant. After that, we drove to our motel, where we're staying in a little cottage.
Two more days of Yellowstone, and then into the Grand Tetons, which are also right next door. What an area!
... of years ago. This caused the middle part of what is now Yellowstone to collapse, creating a huge basin that is 30 miles x 45 miles in size. The magmatic heat that caused those three eruptions still powers the geysers and hot springs today. And no where in the world are there as many geysers as in Yellowstone. There are over 300 of them. Geologists differ in their predictions but some say it is time for another massive eruption!
Probably the ...