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Fossil Forest

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  • Jul28

    Yellowstone day 2

    July 28 in the United States ⋅ 🌧 16 °C

    Today we were hoping to see some of the wild life.. and we did! We saw some bison, which was awesome!!🐃 Today we didn’t to many hikes, we only did the Mammoth hot springs, and it ended up raining on us! Although it’s was a little wet, the views were so worth it. Tomorrow is our last day in Yellowstone, so hopefully we make the best out of it! (And hopefully see a bear😂)Read more

  • Day12

    Pissen wie die Büffel

    July 31, 2019 in the United States ⋅ ⛅ 26 °C

    Im Lamar Valley gabs eine riesige Herde Büffel zu sehen. Wie so oft mussten wir wieder einmal Wildpinkeln.

  • Day28

    Boiling point...

    August 23, 2017 in the United States ⋅ ☀️ 20 °C

    While I had a pool and while my leg was still uncomfortable to run on, it would have been rude not to have a morning swim despite the unforeseen issue of it being cloudy. The forecast talked of stray showers & storms. Where have they strayed from - Manchester. Can't blame them really. The small matter of 200 more miles, around half of which were in Yellowstone. Double edged sword - yes far more scenic & interesting but slow speed limits & the possibility of traffic jams (car park queues & wildlife issues) Aside from lunatic juggernaut drivers the drive to the park passed easily enough - the queues to get into the park didn't bode well though. Pulled in at the first information place - didn't have a lot of info though - weather & geyser eruption forecasts. Decided, while it was sunny to head to the Grand Prismatic Spring, which looked pretty cool. That was until we were half a mile away from the car park & the queue to park started. Busy doesn't come close. The main issue though was when people were getting to the car park they just stopped & waited for a spot. We got lucky after what seemed like ages. We followed the hoardes - the springs were very bright & colourful and the heat kicked out was quite striking. The wind had got up & clouds of steam were obscuring the view & annoyingly I couldn't see how you could get up to the hill for an overview. Decided with the way the traffic was to call it a day & head for the lodge. Except the wildlife wasn't co-operating. A glut of cars signalled a sighting - a coyote skulking in the distance. A little further on we saw elk & deer - one just casually crossing the road. And after a rain filled ascent of Dunravin Pass we descended to the Lamar Valley to be greeted by herds of Bison roaming on the road & causing traffic chaos. This type we didn't mind. Eventually rolled into Cooke City (it's not) at around 5.30 and our host did a superb job of making us welcome - detailed recommendations and stories - could barely get a word in edgeways. The Bear Tooth Cafe got the nod Liz loving her teriyaki chicken almost as much as her huckleberry cream soda. I had Chilli.Read more

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