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During our trip to Jackson Hole, WY last year, we had the pleasure of touring Yellowstone National Park. This picture is of the deep blue bubblin’ hole called “Firehole Spring”. Located on the very narrow side street, Firehole Lake Drive, it was the most vivid, crystal azure blue springs that I’d ever seen.
I was surprised to learn that Yellowstone National Park is home to 75% of the world’s geysers. Between the mud pots, fumaroles, hot springs and geysers, you’d be convinced that a mad scientist was let loose on this property eons ago and created a menagerie of geothermal goodness.