Yellowstone – What a Gas Hole!

We had come to Wyoming to see the world’s first National Park.Permanently set aside in 1872, Yellowstone is home to two-thirds of all the geysers in the world. Superheated water gushes hundreds of feet into the air from some while others spout tiny bursts of steam. In some spots, boiling springs and pools of sulfur-rich water dwell next to pits of bubbling…  CONTINUE READING >>

We had come to Wyoming to see the world’s first National Park.Permanently set aside in 1872, Yellowstone is home to two-thirds of all the geysers in the world. Superheated water gushes hundreds of feet into the air from some while others spout tiny bursts of steam. In some spots, boiling springs and pools of sulfur-rich water dwell next to pits of bubbling…  CONTINUE READING >>

Balls to the Wall

Ever since I was a kid growing up in the Colorado Rockies, I have heard the lore of the “oysters” but never had the balls to try them. Suddenly my opportunity was just over the horizon.

Pressing across Montana, we began to travel through another dimension — a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind, mountains and cooked animal parts… CONTINUE READING >>

Ever since I was a kid growing up in the Colorado Rockies, I have heard the lore of the “oysters” but never had the balls to try them. Suddenly my opportunity was just over the horizon.

Pressing across Montana, we began to travel through another dimension — a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind, mountains and cooked animal parts… CONTINUE READING >>