Monthly Archives: March 2014
When thinking of Yellowstone, Old Faithful Geyser immediately comes to mind. It was the first geyser to be named (1870) in America’s first National Park established in 1871. Old Faithful erupts about every 91 minutes to an average height of 145 feet and shoots anywhere from 3,700 to 8,400 gallons of boiling water. In the … Continue reading
A short walk from Old Faithful Geyser is the Old Faithful Inn, which opened in1904. It is the largest log hotel in the world and, quite possibily, the largest log building. The first ” then” photo dates from shortly after the opening, the second is dated 1906, and the third is 1928.