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Geyser Gazer Tour in Yellowstone

So I have this thing about travel…I like to do all the things but not be rushed or overwhelmed. I’m a natural planner and so I hem and haw and research and make a list (which is of course why I became a travel planner) and then I book it. I make sure each person traveling with me has one special thing on our trip that is just for them, but that I know we will all enjoy and everything else, well those things are the “icing”. On our recent trip to Yellowstone riding in the historical antique wooden bus, it was my thing. Back in the 1920’s there were over 400 of these beauties and they shuttled people all over Yellowstone.

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Mud Volcano

The Mud Volcano area in Yellowstone National Park is located along the West Thumb Geyser Basin of the park and is definitely worth a visit. The area has a great deal of wooden boardwalks for guests to walk on and view many easily seen areas.

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Old Faithful Geyser

Old Faithful is one of 500 geysers located within the Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming but it is by far the most famous of all those geysers. Why is this special geyser named Old Faithful, well because it’s just that faithful. It faithfully erupts on or about on schedule throughout the day.