|Above, Old Faithful Geyser erupts. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
If there's a place to see that should be on everyone's bucket list, Yellowstone National Park is the place.
I have been there twice and look forward to visiting it again. It never fails to deliver on things to see. Although I will be in Yellowstone's vicinity next month for the eclipse, I decided to by-pass it as there will be huge crowds for eclipse viewing. (The path of the eclipse's totality will pass through neighboring Grand Teton National Park.)
The Daily Star has an article on visiting Yellowstone.
They begin with:
We had been waiting for a good 20 minutes— and nothing! The Old Faithful, as the famous geyser is called, remained silent. Hundreds of us tourists waited in the sun, holding our breath. And then, just when we were about to give up and leave, The Old Faithful came alive!
Boiling water and steam shot up towards the sky, to the unanimous awe of its beholders. Like everything else in Yellowstone National Park, it was worth the wait.
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