The geysers in this part of the park are also in the form of hot springs. These springs seem to carry more minerals than the ones in the Geyser Basin. Therefore the mineral deposits grow much higher and in different forms.
When we left Yellowstone and headed east we covered the most scary part of the trip. They are in the process of tearing up the park entrance road from Cody, Wyoming. It pass through a very deep and steep valley. The road bed has been removed and they are in the process of making it wider. The road was only open from 6 AM to 10 AM and 6 PM to 10 PM. Even though it was open, we had many sections which were only one lane. We had to stop whenever on coming car/truck/RV's would appear. It was very narrow and in many places the road went around very sharp corners that you could not see on coming traffic until it was on top of you. The speed limit was 25 MPH for most parts. Some turns were at 10 MPH. So the 60 mile drive to get out of the park took over 3 hours to complete. We were so concerned with watching the road that we did not take any pictures.