Idaho trip, 7/21 - 7/28 2010

 
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Twin Falls, Idaho, looking out over the canyon at the Perrine bridge.  We stopped here on our way from Boise to Idaho Falls.  
From: Aaron @ 132.178.113.161 (Thu Jul 29 21:54:13 2010)
WOW!!! What a view!!!


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Another shot like the previous one.  
From: Leona @ 68.103.250.165 (Wed Aug 4 07:05:08 2010)
OH LOOK! There's the base jumper about half way down. Hit his X mark.


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Aaron (Wes' son) and his new dog, Max.  
From: Aaron @ 132.178.113.161 (Thu Jul 29 22:13:57 2010)
Hey that's me an Max!


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Location: Yellowstone National Park
Height: 308
Crest: 80?
Water Source: Yellowstone River
Waypoint: 44.71806N 110.49528W  
From: Chuck @ 71.39.33.46 (Tue Aug 3 07:58:00 2010)
Thats a great photo!


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Grand Canyon of Yellowstone  
From: chuck @ 71.39.33.46 (Tue Aug 3 08:00:56 2010)
That's a real interesting photo.


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Buffalo were everywhere.  Big ones, little ones, baby ones.  Traffic would stop for miles for people to look at them.   
From: chuck @ 71.39.33.46 (Tue Aug 3 08:02:58 2010)
A Buffalo next to the road! Cool and scary!
From: Leona @ 68.103.250.165 (Tue Aug 3 20:07:42 2010)
Yes, a buffalo next to the road. They even walk on the highway, and cars have to stop. They don't pay any attention to cars or people.


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Hot water is the creative force of the terraces. Without it, terrace growth ceases and color vanishes.  
From: Chuck @ 71.39.33.46 (Tue Aug 3 08:05:20 2010)
What kind of rock formation is this?


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Yellowstone contains the majority of the worlds geysers. Within Yellowstone's thermal features can be seen the product of millions of years of geology at work.  
From: Aaron @ 132.178.113.161 (Thu Jul 29 22:17:06 2010)
Someone have and accident? Wasn't me or Max!!!


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Old Faithful is a cone geyser located in Wyoming, in Yellowstone National Park in the United States. Old Faithful was named in 1870 during the Washburn-Langford-Doane Expedition and was the first geyser in the park to receive a name.[1][2] The geyser, as well as the nearby Old Faithful Inn, is part of the Old Faithful Historic District.  
From: Chuck @ 71.39.33.46 (Tue Aug 3 08:10:14 2010)
Cool.


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Yellowstone National Park, was established by the U.S. Congress and signed into law by President Ulysses S. Grant on March 1, 1872.  
From: Chuck @ 71.39.33.46 (Tue Aug 3 08:11:05 2010)
How high was it going?


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