The Historic UXU Ranch
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... and Mud Pots, a few pools of mud and minerals fueled by hot water and sulfur. It looked like a swirling death trap and smelled like a tire fire filled with eggs. The beauty of America. The coolest part of this stop was a spot called the "Dragon's Mouth." This was a cave mouth that led into a stream where the water was constantly waving back and forth due to the heat. It was also constantly steaming, and the waves beating against the cave sounded like a ...
... playing in the rafters. It was so relaxing. We also got to catch Old Faithful going off one last time from the balcony of the Inn.
We walked back to our hotel in the chilly air and settled in for bed. In our four-person room, Mom and I took the floor for the first night. It was like we were camping! I won't sugarcoat it though, it wasn't exactly glamorous. I was counting the hours until someone could wake up so I could take their bed! By 7:30 I was in bed with Memere.
... he just swam across the river & he's running this way. Me laughing thinking they are being foolish sees this HUGE brown thing pulling up the rear. As we got to the edge of the meadow to the street, I turn around. He stopped midway in the meadow, then scratches the dirt & drops & rolls. I got some cool shots. Enjoy. This was the excitement of the day.
As we continued N, I was ...
... our lodging, and then went to bed.
The next day we were up bright and early because we had a photography tour that left at 6:30, in the morning.
The guide was amazing. He showed me features of my DLSR that I didn't know existed, and I think the tour and his guidance has made me a much better photographer. I understand things like aperture and ISO, so much better.
We saw eagles and a bear and elk and deer and bison, on the tour.
... finished eating there was a time of sharing stories and remembrances of Chester and Rosemary.
We left the reception around 3pm and decided to drive into Idaho. Cousin Phillip had told us about a really nice place called "Big Spring". We decided to pay it a visit and chalk up another state while we were at it. It was very secluded and was indeed very lovely. The spring created an entire pond/lake and was home to many trout.
As we ...