Starling Travel

August 3, 2007

Postcard of the Week: Mammoth Hot Springs

Filed under: Postcards — Laura Moncur @ 5:00 am

We didn’t realize how many postcards were waiting for us in our P.O. Box, so when we went to Yellowstone, we sent one to ourselves. Plus, we love Mammoth Hot Springs so much!

Here’s the front:

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Here’s the back:

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The postcard reads:

Yellowstone National Park
Minerva Terrace
Minerva Terrace, with its colorful variety of delicately crusted pools and runoffs is one of the major terrace attractions at Mammoth Hot Springs of Yellowstone National Park. Dictated by the different water temperatures, the algae that thrive there give the terraces their color. The Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel and fine restaurant stand one third of a mile away.

Mike wrote:

Mammoth Hot Springs looks like an alien landscape!

We actually prefer Canary Hot Springs because it’s more active than Minerva Terrace right now, but there were no postcards for Canary Hot Springs.

Please send me a postcard from your travels or your hometown. If you do and it’s interesting, I will publish your postcard on Starling Travel.

Send your postcards to:

Starling Travel
Attention: Laura Moncur
P.O. Box 522032
Salt Lake City, Utah 84152

It’s like sending a postcard to the whole world when you go on vacation. It’s like bragging about your hometown to the everyone on the planet.

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