After departing the Yellowstone campground we traveled two hours to Old Faithful, the national parks most famous geyser. We visited their lodge and watched the eruption. It erupted about 50 feet in the air. Then we traveled to our next campsite two hours farther on, set up, and suited up for our next event. We departed at 4:30 for dinner and a production of “Paint Your Wagon”. The dinner was an interactive event, put on by a portion of the cast, as they served, sang, and flirted their way through the meal. It was enjoyed by all. We then strolled through town for a while and at a quarter to seven went back to the playhouse. The production was one of the best I’ve seen. Then we returned to camp at 11:15, and that marked the end of the day.