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garyhaupt

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Posted: 11/05/20 08:53am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

If someone is that stupid, they need a little jail time to think about it.

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He won't get first prize but, he's a runner up for the Darwin Awards.

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Humans have been cooking in Yellowstone hot springs for hundreds of years, more likely thousands. Not a new idea.

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I guess his goose is cooked!


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There is a geyser known as "Fishing Cone" in Yellowstone. It is immediately adjacent to Yellowstone Lake. In the very early 1900s it was a popular activity to actually catch a trout in the lake and swing it on the line into the Fishing Cone boiling the trout. The lucky angler added some salt and had a lakeside meal. Boiling fish in geysers and hot pots was outlawed in Yellowstone around 1912. The guy in the article was just born 110 years too late.

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Can this year get any weirder? Never mind-it probably can!


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I love people watching in Yellowstone!
It really makes me feel better about myself, lol. And makes you realize the average intelligence level, world wide, is, well, below average, lol.

Was hoping to see my first live bear mauling last time.
Big sow black bear spotted. Whole buncha people stopped and running into the woods after her.
Rangers are here by now but having trouble getting the idiots corralled. We’re walking a little ridge line about 100yds out watching. We can see the Cubs from up there. Idiots and Asian bus tourists can’t and just keep getting closer.
Bottom line, nothing happened. But I had my phone ready!!!


"Yes Sir, Oct 10 1888, Those poor school children froze to death in their tracks. They did not even find them until Spring. Especially hard hit were the ones who had to trek uphill to school both ways, with no shoes." -Bert A.

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With the sulfur smell he thought he could eat them?


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If you're feeling twisted, check out Death in Yellowstone. It's a great read.

We read it to our kids when we took them to YNP when they were young. Lots of teachable lessons in that book.


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