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Yellowstone National Park

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I think we might head over to Yellowstone park this summer...(like my aunt or soemthin (idk) was a partener in microsoft an dis loaded and i geuss she owns a home somehwere near yellowstone , and theyve invited us and thats where will stay) anyways...Here are the things i/we planned to do after i read this guide to national parks by the Sierra Club

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Specimen Ridge

Theres a few petrified trees up there i hear

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Yellowstone Falls

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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

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and Possibly hiking :unsure:

and id figured wed drive the roads too including the Grand Loop road...basically i was wondering if anyone knows soem neat places to visit there..other that the ones listed?

(P.S: if CD_BP is reading this...i was curious did your "ancestors" i could say have anything to do with the founding of yellowstone by any chance cause i geusss there is a "Doane" guy who was with an exepdition way back yonder and there is a peak in yellowstone called Mt. Doane..just curious cause ive heard you emntion yellowstone berfore as weel)

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The parental units wanted to go to Yellowstone one year, and I made up a travel plan, but the grandparents got sick, so all plans were cancelled.

There's Old Faithful, The Old Faithful Inn, the Excelsior Geyser, and the Firehole River, among other stuff.

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Yellowstone Falls look gorgeous. Do they run that strong all year? I know that, at Yosemite, the falls can be weak depending on when during the year you go. Yosemite is stunning during late Oct/early Nov season/leaf color change. Neither the crowds of summer nor the winter sports crowd.

You missed Old Faithful. No pictures of it or just forgot? Never been to Yellowstone. It's too far from anything else I'd like to see so I stick to the closer in national parks.

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Yellowstone Falls look gorgeous.  Do they run that strong all year?  I know that, at Yosemite, the falls can be weak depending on when during the year you go.  Yosemite is stunning during late Oct/early Nov season/leaf color change.  Neither the crowds of summer nor the winter sports crowd.

You missed Old Faithful.  No pictures of it or just forgot?  Never been to Yellowstone.  It's too far from anything else I'd like to see so I stick to the closer in national parks.

Water shouting out of the ground does not really excite me....mammoth springs is different cause they have all this junk spittin out of the ground and making terraces..

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Yellowstone Falls look gorgeous.  Do they run that strong all year?  I know that, at Yosemite, the falls can be weak depending on when during the year you go.  Yosemite is stunning during late Oct/early Nov season/leaf color change.  Neither the crowds of summer nor the winter sports crowd.

You missed Old Faithful.  No pictures of it or just forgot?  Never been to Yellowstone.  It's too far from anything else I'd like to see so I stick to the closer in national parks.

Yosemite is "hella" pretty just my "parental units" dont wanna drive taht far..losers..and yes i heard yosemite runs dry and yellowstone falls runs all year..so i hear.

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