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Tue Oct 13, 2020, 04:39 PM

Wonderful clip of a charging Bison.

Wish I had been there!
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Reply Wonderful clip of a charging Bison. (Original post)
flying_wahini Oct 2020 OP
magicarpet Oct 2020 #1
idziak4ever1234 Oct 2020 #2
WA-03 Democrat Oct 2020 #3
Enterstageleft Oct 2020 #4
flying_wahini Oct 2020 #7
Skittles Oct 2020 #5
pansypoo53219 Oct 2020 #6
JustABozoOnThisBus Oct 2020 #8

Response to flying_wahini (Original post)

Tue Oct 13, 2020, 04:47 PM

1. That's a freezer full of lunches and dinners that just ran by.

Jeez,... the puffing steam from the nostrils was intimidating.

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Response to flying_wahini (Original post)

Tue Oct 13, 2020, 05:06 PM

2. That will get your attention!

I thought sure it was going to head butt the vehicle!

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Response to flying_wahini (Original post)

Tue Oct 13, 2020, 05:20 PM

3. Love Bison

Thanks for posting

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Response to flying_wahini (Original post)

Tue Oct 13, 2020, 05:36 PM

4. We've been to Yellowstone about 80 times

twice we rode the Bombardier snow coaches to the Old Faithful Snow Lodge.
Those two trips are still in our top 10.
Along the Madison River we watched 2 coyotes try to sneak up on a very large, healthy elk. There was 1 coyote in front of her & one behind. The elks head would roll from side to side to watch both. The one behind would slowly close the gap until the elk would spin around, blow snot out of her nose & charge the coyote, which of course turned & ran with its tail between its legs. Then it started from the other direction.
We watched for about 12-15 minutes laughing at those two "eyes are bigger than their stomachs" coyotes.
During that time, 5 or 6 more snow coaches & maybe 20 snowmobiles stopped & watched with us.

I love Yellowstone!

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Response to Enterstageleft (Reply #4)

Thu Oct 15, 2020, 11:53 AM

7. It's on my bucket list.


I wanna go.

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Response to flying_wahini (Original post)

Tue Oct 13, 2020, 06:01 PM

5. so cool!

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Response to flying_wahini (Original post)

Tue Oct 13, 2020, 07:33 PM

6. once saw a beefalo. adorable.

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Response to flying_wahini (Original post)

Thu Oct 15, 2020, 02:32 PM

8. I saw a few of them on the road in Yellowstone.

One lone bull, walking slow on the yellow line on the road, with traffic stopped. He passed about two feet from my car. The idiot behind me decided to honk his horn. Thankfully, the bison ignored the noise.

Another time, a group were running on the road, weaving in and out of the stopped cars.

I think they like the roads; it's easier than wading through deep snow.

This was mid-May, it was still below freezing. That was great, because you could see steam from the hundreds of two-bit vents near the road, in addition to the famous "charismatic" vents and geysers.

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