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Yellowstone National Park
"First national park in the world"
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Entering southern Yellowstone via Hwy 287

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Walking towards 'Old Faithful' for a closer look

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Another one off the bucket list

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Don, Ellen & Ruby pose for a nice shot

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People getting ready for the water show

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Lolet, Don & Ruby secured their seats

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Bubbling-up before the big burst

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Old Faithful putting on her show

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Water sprays seem to mix with the clouds

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Water sprays billowed east and left the viewers dry

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Bisons at their natural habitat

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At the western entrance marker

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Hot water show

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"This is my turf"

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Nature at her best

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Trying out the 'bison chili' inside the lodge's cafeteria

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Beer and 'bison chili' went along together well

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Ruby's turn to pose at the marker

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Just outside the Old Faithful snow lodge

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Another view of the water show

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Together now at the western entrance sign

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"Home, home on the range..."

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Organic feeding

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Photo stop while headed to Mammoth Hot Springs

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Portion of the Gibbon River, northwest of the park

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Tired but not out

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Old trees wither and fall all over the park

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Lolet and Ellen pose behind the nicely formed travertine (from limestome) terrace

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At the 'Mound Terrace' now

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Sign and the view

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Ruby's turn for her pix

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Atop an overlook in Mammoth Hot Springs in early fall of 2015

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Small terraces forming

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Ruby at New Blue Spring's almost lunar-like landscape

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Ruby & Lolet at the summit

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Minerva Terrace - lots of travertine