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Check Out These Photos of Fairy Falls and Lake Yellowstone
I am pleased to bring you Saturday's edition of Not Eaten By a Bear Yet. Yup, still in Yellowstone National Park. The thing about walking around a bunch of people who are gazing at geysers is if somebody lets one rip, you couldn't tell the difference between a toot or the sulphur. The smell of sulphur is really strong. Coupled with carbon dioxide, the sulphur and a high altitude, it's not unusual for your nose to bleed. Small price to pay for paradise.
I generally get up around 5 AM, throw on my down jacket and walk the 15 minutes it takes me to go from Old Faithful Inn over to the Snow Lodge. We picked Old Faithful Inn to stay at because it's historic but we didn't end up with a room in the historic part. We got the newer wing, but the toilet still has its problems. We have a view of geysers from several windows, but it might have been more fun to be in the original inn. All those rooms, and the lobby and restaurant, are original log construction. It was built in 1903 by 100 men, and it took about a year.
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