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2014 Blog 210: Day 4 of 9 - Yellowstone

We started exploring the yellowstone park today by cruising its upper loop. In this loop, we gave attention to its Grand Canyon and its Mammoth Hot Spring. 135 more words

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Enter Yellowstone National Park…


Sad trees from the forest fire


Made it!


Look at all the geyser steam.


Fairy Falls.


Mammoth hot springs. Mmmm sulphur. 17 more words

Hoards For The Herds (120 miles through Yellowstone)

When a thru-hiker gets to a National Park it means there’s going to be some changes in routine and environment. The attractions of these park also come with the insane numbers of tourists who flock to them and the rules and regulations that attempt to keep them in line. 925 more words

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Day 27 - Buffalo, Geyser and Mountains

It was sprinkling a little in Big Sky this morning, but the forecast called for passing showers, so we headed to Yellowstone National Park. We got back on Route 191 south to Route 287 which takes you to and through the Park. 198 more words

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2014 Blog 209: Day 3 of 9: Are We There Yet?

So after about a thousand kilometers away from home, we decided to make time to stop for shopping this morning. This stop was not originally in today’s plan but the excitement ti shop overruled what might be the effect on our schedule. 122 more words

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Casper, the Friendly Hosts

Yellowstone marked the first major milestone on my journey east, towards St. Louis. A mixture of natural beauty and oddity, the park deserved a little time for exploration. 511 more words

YELLOWSTONE REGION MAGNITUDE 2.3 BIG WATER, UT

http://www.seis.utah.edu/req2webdir/recenteqs/Quakes/uu60078712.html

Subject To Change

Depth: 17 km

Distances:  Big Water, UT – 27 km (16 miles) SW (230 degrees)
Page, AZ – 38 km (24 miles) W (272 degrees) 19 more words

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