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Mud volcano, a Weird and Repulsive Crater of Boiling Mud, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.
MUD VOLCANO, YELLOWSTONE NAT. PARK, WYO. One of the loveliest portions of Yellowstone Park we enter after we leave the hotel at the foot of Lake Yellowstone. Here is a level sheltered area of about fifty square miles called ...
Opening the Season at Yellowstone-Bears in Front of Tower Fall Postal Station, Wyoming.
BEARS IN YELLOWSTONE PARK. With Yellowstone a sanctuary for wild life, one of its destinies is to become a school of wild life study. In addition to the wide variety of four-footed animals, there are also more than two ...
Teton Mountains across Jackson Lake, near Yellowstone Nat. Park, Wyo., The
THE TETON MOUNTAINS ACROSS JACKSON LAKE. In approaching the West Thumb of Yellowstone Lake by the road from Old Faithful we come from the W. and at the Thumb Ranger Station encounter another fine highway reaching this point ...
Golden Gate, Yellowstone Park, Wyo., U.S.A.
GOLDEN GATE, YELLOWSTONE PARK, WYOMING. This is the road tourists travel in coming from the Gardiner Entrance and the Mammoth Hot Springs, three and a half miles back of us. The geyser basins and the lakes, we have not yet ...
Three Black Bears Climbing a Tree in Yellowstone Park.
BEARS IN YELLOWSTONE PARK. While driving through Yellowstone Park we saw a tame bear eating candy. Farther on down the trail, we saw two baby cubs, a middle-sized bear, and their mother around whom a group of people had ...
Sheep, near Medicine Bow, Wyo.
A LARGE HERD OF SHEEP. After leaving Cheyenne we wind over easy grades, going upward all the time until we reach the pass over the mountains at Summit Hill. This is the highest point on the Lincoln Highway, 8,835 feet above ...
Castle Geyser. Fire Hole Basin.
Pulpit Terraces Southward.
Author(s):F. Jay Haynes