Lindsay Brindley (Master of Arts) Curriculum and Instruction
Adjunct Professor, LSSU
Grant Leader, LSSU Department of Education
Curriculum Consultant, EUPISD
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK
Yellowstone, the oldest national park, was created by volcanic eruptions
more than 60,000 years ago. The remarkable sights and sounds of this
natural wonderland are preserved for you on this unique Video Trip.
The waters of Old Faithful, shooting 100 feet in the air, welcome you to
Yellowstone--home to thousands of geysers, bubbling waters and steaming mud
pots. You'll see nature's masterpieces: Opal Terrace's rainbow waters,
Morning Glory Pool. Mammoth Hot Springs, and glorious evergreen forests.
Stop at Inspiration Point to admire the awesome Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
with its thundering Lower Falls. Observe the park's abundant wildlife--elk,
bear, bison--from the best viewing sports.
On the way to historic Roosevelt Lodge, visit the rare and unique Petrified
Forests on Specimen Ridge, Obsidian Cliff formed by molten lava, Mt.
Washburn; and stop at Fishing Bridge where rainbow trout put on a
Yellowstone is a sportsman's paradise offering a wide variety of
recreational activities in summer and winter. Go hiking in the backwoods,
climb aboard an antique statecoach, or try your luck at fishing in a crystal
Yellowstone is truly a national treasure filled with rare natural beauty
and unforgettable sights.
F 722 .Y44 1988
Majoring in Sociology...
Sociology Caro, MI
I love the small tight-knit community on campus.You always see someone you know while walking to class.Your professors know you on a first name basis. [ more ]