The Historic UXU Ranch
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... ever seen. That guy could have been the model for some epic fantasy movie, where the leader of a group poses atop that bull in front of the sun, rallies his troops and rides into battle. Massive antlers, covered with green-brown velvet. I will mention that there were miles in-between points of interest; not that scenery was bad, just not notable.
Onwards we plowed around lakes and ponds; frightening fact is that the trees which line the banks of such watering ...
... he could be upon us within seconds. With the 100ft safety distance broken, the Ranger ordered us and the other observers back into their cars.
Ness was already at the car, keeping her distance, while I tried to stay as close to the bear as possible to enjoy watching this incredible encounter. Then I heard Ness call out to me... "honey please unlock the car, I want to get in." So I jogged back to the car ...
... joy to watch. Thank you to those with the big expensive scopes for sharing time to let the rest of us have a look. We were going to head north for a little bit longer, but a buffalo jam turned us around. Good thing too as we ran into a grizzly out digging right off the road. We watched till he ambled out of view over the far hill. Ahh, this was why I needed to come in the summer. It was a cooler night and we slept ...
... in bear country. I was in pretty good shape back then. The waiters would congregate in packs on the dining room floor to gossip and plan sneak drive-by **** attacks on tables we didn’t like. There were a couple of go-to guys (three that I can remember for sure) who you could say, “table 56, click and drag.” We also entertained ourselves with “pocket surprise” which was a game where we would secretly slip cold butter patties into each ...
... ledge where the Yellowstone River rushes over the ledge into the turbulent pool below. We drive over to the brink of the lower falls, but the trail is closed. We can still see the top of the falls, but we cannot see the water plunge over the ledge. We stop at Inspiration Point, but the earthquake in 1975 changed the viewing deck, so we can’t get close to the edge to look down the canyon. We can see the magnificent Lower Falls, but not much else. Not so ...