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Free Travel Only A Mouse Click Away

Discussion in 'United States' started by 2sweed, Jul 18, 2013.

  1. 2sweed

    2sweed Natural Camper Staff Member

    Have you ever dreamed of traveling to distant places in your own country or off to countries around the world to hike the trails or see the sights, or camp in remote areas, but do to lack of funds or a serious heath condition stops you from heading out into the great unknown?

    Then this thread is just for you. Image now going to Yellowstone National Park, and standing at the crest of the mighty falls, watching as the water churns and roars down the river which runs between the canyon walls.

    Now you can watch this from your easy chair at home and not worry about falling in or getting wet. Let us know if you enjoy the video and please comment if you have ever visited the Yellowstone National Park in person.

    Visit Yellowstone National Park and see the beauty and dangers that lie beneath the soil. I visited the park in 1994, and found the landscape to be amazing. I hope these video's give you a birds-eye-view of the area that you can truly enjoy.

  2. campforums

    campforums Founder Staff Member

    Haha, I don't think a youTube video is quite the same thing as travelling. Personally I wouldn't mind the risk of falling and getting wet ;)
  3. 2sweed

    2sweed Natural Camper Staff Member

    LOL! You might mind out there, as some areas are like hot tubs and others would boil the skin off ya, and other's like this river are said to be ice cold in spots from the melting of the snow up in the mountains, plus some are spring-fed. So you might be freezing cold, and going over those water falls might be a bit rocky and create a few bruises before your dip was over. But maybe you would like it! :)

    Actually, watching the video reminds me of the trip I took. We went by bus trip and Amtrak, to get to Montana. Then off the train and went by bus again all over several states, and caught the train again later to come back home again. Got to see all the famous lakes and the park, wildlife and had some boat rides and saw some old western towns and Salt Lake City. It was an interesting adventure.
  4. Esperahol

    Esperahol Newbie

    Went to Yellowstone once - beautiful place but far too many tourists. That said I don't generally mind falling in water unless it's either the Strid or um... that volcanic lake over in... its too early in the morning. But yeah, I liked the park I just wasn't fond of the number of people. I go camping to avoid people for a while so that was a definite problem.
  5. 2sweed

    2sweed Natural Camper Staff Member

    The beauty of Yellowstone National Park can best be seen in person but for those of us of whom traveling is just a dream, I wanted to share with you the story of how Yellowstone National Park came into being. The pictures and sights and sounds are something wonderful to behold.

    Take time to watch and come back and give your opinions on these video's. :)



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