Neat historic place. The inn is said to be haunted, but I didn’t see or hear anything unusual.
In Georgia Janet always said that she was going to start a business to go around and sell just the missing letters needed to have the correct spelling on business signs. Looks like her business model will work in Montana too.
While the city didn’t do fireworks the people did. Not just your Roman Candles that you buy on the side of the road. One person down the road from us bought over $5000 dollars worth of fireworks. The show was as good as any I have seen. Just odd looking at them on the horizon and not above me.
Went to see the Grand Prismatic Spring and hike Fairy Falls.
The National Park Service continues to try and get us lost.
Was easy to get to the Grand Prismatic, but we missed the postage stamp size trail head for Fairy Falls and walked 5 miles to the other parking lot for Grand Prismatic. Then we hiked through various trails to get to the one we wanted. What should have been less than 3 miles turned into 11 miles.
This faded map was posted as a helpful guide.
We did find a cool thermal feature. It was so amazingly blue.
Signs and rails all over the place at Prismatic, but this one you could jump into if you wanted to do so.