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Yellowstone National Park

semi-overcast 18 °C

This trip so far has taken us across the Strait of Juan de Fuca from Victoria, Canada to Port Angeles in Washington State and then around the Olympic Peninsula to the coast of Oregon. From Bend, Oregon we drove inland to Boise, Idaho, and to Salt Lake City, Idaho, before turning north to Yellowstone National Park. We have no idea why we have no photos of this scenic drive and the many historic hotels that we visited en-route.
However we have some views of the hot springs and geysers in Yellowstone. This is Old Faithful as it gets ready to blow...


And, bang on schedule, somewhere between 35 minutes and 2 hours, up she goes...


The crowd roars their approval and we take off to visit many of the colourful hot springs in Yellowstone...


Yellowstone may be famous for its bears but we didn't see any. We did see plenty of bison...


This little calf was cute...


From Yellowstone we headed up through Wyoming to the badlands of Montana before crossing into Canada and heading to Calgary where our friend, Gottfried, was becoming a Canadian citizen...



Posted by Hawkson 11:46 Archived in USA

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