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  • a geyser in Yellowstone National Park that erupts for about 4 minutes about every 65 minutes
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Old Faithful Inn
Old Faithful Inn
Robert Reamer (1873-1938) was an American architect, most noted for the Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone National Park. Reamer was born in and spent his early life in Oberlin, Ohio. He left home at the age of thirteen and went to work in an architect's office in Detroit as a draftsman. By the age of twenty-one, Reamer had moved to San Diego and had opened the architectural office of Zimmer & Reamer in partnership with Samuel B. Zimmer. The firm produced a wide variety of projects, but the only surviving example of Zimmer & Reamer's work is the George H. Hill Block in the Gaslamp District. The partnership dissolved in 1898, but Reamer continued to work on his own, including work at the Hotel del Coronado. During this period he became acquainted with the president of the Yellowstone Park Association, Harry W. Child.
Old Faithful Inn Fireplace
Old Faithful Inn  Fireplace
This is the fireplace in the Yellowstone National Park's Old Faithful Inn. The fireplace is not fully functional after an earthquake but one side can support a small fire. The inn is typically very crowded so I had to get up before the sun to beat the crowds. It was just me an one very nice lady at the front desk in there. I remember saying to her... "And they said I couldn't get a photo of the fireplace without people in it!"

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