Too exhausted to share too many stories today. We made our way from the Grand Tetons to Yellowstone. We ventured first to Old Faithful, and before we knew it our day had slipped away looking at all of the different geysers throughout that area of the park. I vaguely remember going to see Old Faithful myself as a kid, but I don't remember the amount of steam boiling out of the ground in so many different places. Elliott told me on the way home there are 1000 geysers on the planet and 500 of them are in Yellowstone. I'm a believer.
Below are some of the photos from our Old Faithful visit today.
Old Faithful herself.
Old Faithful water boiling over at the base.
The boys - a quiet Old Faithful in the background.
Just add macaroni.
Most people believe this is why it is called Yellowstone. It's not, but it makes sense.
Not your average puddle.
Sometimes the geysers double teamed you.
The boys liked the ones that looked like volcanos.
Another great day had by all.