Yellowstone National Park as told to Bryan Frank
There is nothing that is really outstanding about Yellowstone National Park. At the end of July in 1994, my friends and I took a road trip to the park. The day we were there, it was a normal summer day: hot, sunny, and with clear blue skies. My buddies and I drove into Yellowstone through a mountain pass, and everything around us on the way to Old Faithful was lush and green. We observed the geyser eruption from afar, and there was nothing really exciting about it, just a bunch of standing around watching our watches until some water shot out of the ground.