I was lucky to have a glimpse of the “large tit” on my way to Jackson Hole. One version of the origin of the name of this mountain “Grand Teton” was from French word “teat” (tit).
The first impression of this basin was “another mud holes and boiling pond”? The answer was yes and no. Yes because there are again many geysers and geothermal activities. No because they are more spectacular.
There is a famous town square at Jackson Hole where it erected four arches made of Elk antlers.
Perhaps it was due to the great expectation of the famous Geyser in the world – the Old Faithful Geyser, I felt a bit of let down by the eruption.
The beast was massive, especially when one could get so close to the wild American buffelo.
I have verified. There is no live mammoth at the hot springs.
Lowerfalls overlooking from Artist Point @ Yellowstone National Park.