Tim Kiser

Tim Kiser

Posted on 04/23/2011


Photo taken on May 25, 2010



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Genuine great deadliness!

Genuine great deadliness!
I've read where some tenderheaded visitors to the yellowstone geothermals develop fears of boiling water, to the point where they cannot bear to boil water in their own kitchens!, once they get back from their yellowstone vacations. It didn't happen to me, I'm cooking spaghetti & macaroni on the stove right this second as you read this.

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In Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming, on May 25th, 2010, the "Beryl Spring" along the west side of the Grand Loop Road between Norris Junction and Madison Junction.

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Library of Congress classification ideas:
F722 Gibbon Geyser Basin (Wyo.)—Pictorial works.
F722 Yellowstone National Park—Pictorial works.
GB1198.2 Hot springs—United States—Pictorial works.
QC304 Steam—Pictorial works.
F767.T28 Teton County (Wyo.)—Pictorial works.

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