4000 miles, 12 days, one car, no spare tire.

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Swimming hole.

Terrible pic. It was no 90 degrees, but we did it.


Mike Cypcar said...

"The Firehole River is a good example of a "thermally polluted" river, although one that occurs entirely by natural processes. The inflow of water from the geysers basins raises the temperature of the Firehole River by 18-47° F (10 to 26° C). It's been estimated that in runoff from the Upper Geyser Basin alone, the Firehole gets some 68 tons (62 metric tons) of minerals every day.

Mike Cypcar said...

I guess you guys got the 18 degree end of things! LOL