Janet found an opening that most likely went to the center of the earth. Really crazy to think that molten lava is just two miles under your feet.
Note the no indecent exposure rule. Bet this was party land central in the 60’s and 70’s.
The water flowing into the river was HOT. I jerked my hand back from touching it. Where the hot mixed with the cold people were getting into the water.
The steam was freezing and making some cool looking ice sculptures.
Hard to see in the picture but this opening had a little whirlpool in it. We watched stuff disappear into it. This view also helps with how dangerous things can be. What looks like normal ground could be frozen water with a snow covering. Falling into thinning ice kills more bison than anything else in the park.
Went to a Sip and Paint event in Mammoth. I think I may be posting this for the wrong day, but that is what I get for being behind with my posts. The goal was to not sip the water that you cleaned your brush in. It was a lot of fun.
The driver door has been getting harder and harder to open. With the cold and my yanking it finally gave up the ghost. I was left standing with the broken door handle in my hand.
So now to open the door, you unlock it and then go to the passenger side and reach over or you can hold the key in the unlock position and it will roll down all the windows at the same time allowing you to reach in the window and open the door. These are both nice options when it is snowing like crazy.
Saw some moose. Very cool as they are hard to find.