Vintage Yellowstone

While looking for resource materials for the new Yellowstone National Park page that I am working on, I couldn’t find any footage on YouTube that shows the early days of tourism in the park.  The Internet Archive site can be a good source for public domain material and is where I found the following video, which I uploaded to YouTube. It includes images of an early recreational vehicle — a trailer –, boiling an egg in a hot thermal pool, a man feeding a bear, Old Faithful geyser, and old Faithful Inn.

camping, history, parks, places, travel, Wyoming

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  • Wow this was a fun clip to watch… I really enjoyed it alot… We spent 10 days there this summer and could have stayed longer… It was our 3rd visit to Yellowstone. Thanks for the fun

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    Donna

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  • Donna, I agree — Yellowstone is a cool place. I first went there in 1963. Then, after I was married, we lived for a total of 4 years in Idaho, not too far from Yellowstone, and have been back several times since we moved away in 1980s — so, I cannot really say how many times we’ve been there. We’re planning to visit again this summer.

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