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Whirlibird
Whirlibird
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We were campinf in Grand Teton not a month and a half ago.
That’s just south of the Yellowstone border.

And three weeks ago my Scout troop was camping up there and went through YS.

Nothing either time.

What one has to remember is the makeup of the area, not just the volcano but the mountains and how they formed, how the valleys formed and are comprised of.

My aunt is a geologist and teaches up in Canada. She and my uncle (research geologist) were down to check out the geology of the area, they had lived in the area some 25 years ago and wanted to see the changes and landslide in Jackson.

Lets just say that it was an interesting couple evenings and I am less than concerned about the article.

Lets just say that normal in Wyoming is different than anywhere else.