YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER

   / YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER #4  
curious what the danger is? unpredictability?

the real danger we have in national parks out west are the people disturbing the wildlife spaces/territory esp w/young: bison, moose, bear, etc. in the name of self indulgent selfies. thinking animals are meant to be fuzzy wuzzy for us humankind: idiots putting themselves & wildlife at risk
 
   / YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER #5  
curious what the danger is? unpredictability?

the real danger we have in national parks out west are the people disturbing the wildlife spaces/territory esp w/young: bison, moose, bear, etc. in the name of self indulgent selfies. thinking animals are meant to be fuzzy wuzzy for us humankind: idiots putting themselves & wildlife at risk
This, I've seen bison IRL before and nothing made me think "I should get closer to this animal."
They are immense, and anyone who thinks getting closer is a good idea is a fool.
 
   / YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER #6  
curious what the danger is? unpredictability?

the real danger we have in national parks out west are the people disturbing the wildlife spaces/territory esp w/young: bison, moose, bear, etc. in the name of self indulgent selfies. thinking animals are meant to be fuzzy wuzzy for us humankind: idiots putting themselves & wildlife at risk
What danger? The animals almost always win. I'd call it natural selection...

I've only spent one day, tooling around Yellowstone. 1999, in a Sunbeam Alpine. There were sections roped off in a few parking lots, for sink holes starting... One day wasn't enough. I'd love to go back.
 
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   / YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER #7  
What danger? The animals almost always win. I'd call it natural selection...

I've only spent one day, tooling around Yellowstone. 1999, in a Sunbeam Alpine. There were sections roped off in a few parking lots, for sink holes starting... One day wasn't enough. I'd love to go back.
but sometimes the young are rejected by mother b/c handled by humans. no one wins in human interference. those who can't resist fuzzy wuzzy should go to a petting zoo instead
btw the Alpine is sporty rig. ever look into the Tiger?
 
   / YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER #8  
but sometimes the young are rejected by mother b/c handled by humans. no one wins in human interference. those who can't resist fuzzy wuzzy should go to a petting zoo instead
btw the Alpine is sporty rig. ever look into the Tiger?
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I sold the dark one, that we took out west. I still have a yellow one, that I stuffed a 351 in. Full cage, 5 speed, narrowed 9", Mustang II front suspension. Faster than a Tiger, but not worth as much $.
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   / YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER #9  
This, I've seen bison IRL before and nothing made me think "I should get closer to this animal."
They are immense, and anyone who thinks getting closer is a good idea is a fool.
You got that right. I was snowmobiling thru yellowstone park years ago when a herd of buffaloe came walking down the road. All we could do is shut off the machine and stay perfectly still. There were maybe 20 sleds shut down on the road. The animals just walked on by without paying us any mind. Those beast are huge. Very intimidating.. ive worked cattle on horseback and on the ground for many years. This was NOTHING like that.
 
   / YELLOWSTONE PARK DANGER #10  
This, I've seen bison IRL before and nothing made me think "I should get closer to this animal."
They are immense, and anyone who thinks getting closer is a good idea is a fool.

When did these abbreviations become popular such as IIRC, NVM, etc?
 
 
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