Sweep of Red
Yellowstone's hills are cut and painted by the centuries of volcanic activity going on underneath the rock. The red is an iron deposit left by the boiling waters pushed up through the rock.
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From Yellowstone in March
Living on the Edge of Yellowstone National Park
Cattle ranchers raise their herds close to the park. When the bison population swells these ranchers have problems and consequently so do the bison.
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Oliver Cabin 4
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From Great Smoky Mtn National Park
Oliver Cabin 2
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