I honestly did not think that we would be able to finish this trip. For that matter I never thought I'd climb a mountain, (Okay, it was small.) see a grizzly bear or look for stones in the Pacific. Now, we've nearly come full circle, by the end of the week, we'll be in Devil's Tower Natl. Monument!
Alright, now I'll talk about Yellowstone. It's huge, and it's got a lot to see. It's not like Big Bend, or Death Valley, to be truthful, it's not like anywhere I've ever been. Most of the park is pine forest, with clearings from geysers and hot springs. The springs are amazing, but you do not want to go swimming in them. Some of them are nearly boiling, and any bright blue ones are over 165 degrees Fahrenheit. The geysers are also very hot, and some erupt almost constantly, (I'd recommend Biscuit Basin) In some just random places in the park the ground hisses, literally hisses. Anyway, I thought I'd just cover hot springs, as there is so much to see, and it would be impossible to cover everything.
Here we go!