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... at God's wonders! He thinks of everything. It is snowing! We're sure the mountains are beautiful but the clouds are too low and overcast to see the Tetons! However, I've included a pic in case tomorrow is sunny. We are amazed at how flat the area is where we drive. The road runs along the eastern side of the mountain range and the cut through is called Jackson Hole, thus the name of the town and ...
... in the day they disappeared again behind the haze. We then stopped for lunch in between the String & Leigh Lakes, which had beautiful emerald colored water since they are glacial lakes; so wished we had an inflatable water vessel in the rig! It would have been great to go out on the water and not just enjoy the lake from the shoreline. Next we went a bit further south to Jenny Lake. We took a 2 mile hike around the lake ...
... they're huge and very oddly shaped. Anyways, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone was amazing. We saw it from a few different view points, along with each of the falls that run through it - the Upper Falls and the Lower Falls. I could have sat there and stared for days. I can't wait to see what the actual Grand Canyon is like! When we left there, we headed for an area called Mammoth Hot Springs. This spot was very ...
... I'm glad we saw it , but I'm also glad that we didn't wait very long. Some of the people around us had been waiting for over an hour. Unfortunately, the weather wasn't great and I think we're in for the same sort of forecast tomorrow. It's been cold and raining - sometimes lightly, sometimes full blown thunderstorms. The storms pass pretty quickly, though, so it's not really a huge deal. On the way back to the hotel this afternoon, we saw a bison right on ...
... Kirsty and Katie, having walked the best part of 10 miles, a little further than planned! We then went to see the Old Faithful geyser, one of the must see sights in Yellowstone. It's the most predictable of all the geysers and they can tell the time it is going to erupt, give or take ten minutes. It's a huge geyser, gushing a jet of water over a hundred feet in the air, for well over a minute. There's a lot of pressure building up under the surface ...