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Old 01-22-2008, 06:01 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I would love to have a long track also. I would be able to go to so many more places. Old faithful looks cool in the winter, I bet that steam freezes real quick. Were there a bunch of sink holes where the hot springs melted the snow? I couldn't imagine riding a snowmobile that close to a Buffalo.
Here is a link to a few pics I took while up at St. Hellens.
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yea it was cool!....There were no sink holes to speak of, around the springs there's just no snow. Sometimes Buffalo gather around them to stay warm. The buffalo stay dosile due to the cold. They want to conserve energy. I suppose if they felt theretened, they may react though. Yea, it's a little nervous going around them. They can be unpredictable. Lucily, we only got looks..

Your St. Hellens pictures look awsome!!! What a great place!!! Hope you get to enjoy it again!
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Old 01-22-2008, 07:18 PM   #12 (permalink)
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I wouldn't think the buffalo would move much in the winter. I think it would be hard for them to find food all year covered in a couple feet of snow.
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i am heading down to west yellostone to go riding in the mountains in a couple days does anyone know how much snow they have? we are getting there on jan 18/2013.
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