My entry to Sue’s challenge: Splash
No one goes to Yellowstone without watching Old Faithful. The geyser is so predictable that they know its intervals. Even though there was a possibility that I would be driving in the dark on unknown roads that zigzags on the side of the mountain, we couldn’t leave without seeing it.
When driving in Yellowstone, one has to give generous allowances as you are driving in constant switchbacks oftentimes with no guardrails. I am from Illinois which is known for its flat lands so it was for me white knuckle driving and I definitely won’t drive in the dark. It is here where a 19 mile distance could mean 1.5 hour driving without traffic, where you heed 20 mile/hour driving signs. It is not for the faint-hearted.
Good thing I am one who can drive but can’t park type person with enough adventure in my spirit.
Here’s a YouTube I found in the internet to give you a better idea of why it’s worth watching when you are there.
365 Project: Day 261