Slip and Slide Ranch
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... Butch is still wearing shorts, but that is about to change. lol It is 30 degrees. Put on our coats and jogging shoes. Took a walk up the canyon to get a closer look at the hot springs. Took a very invigorating walk. Felt good! Every where is steam coming up from the ground. Saw some deer crossing the creek, then a little further saw buffalo. And last but not lest Old Faithful!!!! We have traveled 4054 miles so ...
We walked back to the m'otel grabbed my new awesome laminated map book and went to the scenic overview to plan our day. The awesome plan we came up with was to drive south and avoid Old Faithful. We knew the Sunday traffic would be a killer.
After that we just enjoyed the scenery and shot a little video, and turned in early.
Shelby, MT to Gardiner, MT
... but like her mama she does not want any additional responsibility she doesn't need. We washed our hair in the sink, cooked sloppy joes and brussels sprouts over the fire and then sat for quite a bit reflecting on our last few days here. It was great conversations and laughter and a few marshmallows and we were ready to call it a night. The Subaru is organized and ready for us to break down the rest of our gear tomorrow morning. Tomorrow - Montana!! Day 12: 40ish miles. ...
... well as underwater hydrothermal vents, underwater geysers, and fishing cones. The light blues from the springs contrasted the dark blues from the lake, making a pretty sight and pretty pictures. From here we were ready for something cooler, so we headed to Old Faithful. Old Faithful supposedly erupts every 40-120 minutes, so we knew some waiting would be a possibility. When we arrived at we grabbed some sandwiches from the gift shop and walked over to the geyser. It was 2:30 and ...
... of the new growth coming through. I wish I could remember what it looked like back in '91 so I could compare. Tonight we are staying at Old Faithful Inn which is awesome because I can literally walk out the front and watch Old Faithful go off and I can see Geyser Hill from the window of my room. The hotel is still pretty basic (no tv or a/c again) but tonight I'm in a much better frame of mind to deal with ...