OF Geyser Benchmark Hiking Stick Medallion
It was September 18, 1870 when a member of the Washburn, Langford, Doane Survey Expedition spotted a spectacular column of water spewing forth in the near distance from their party, and cried out Geysers! Geysers! Observing a pattern of regular activity throughout the day, they named the geyser Old Faithful. It was the beginning of generations of awe-inspired visitors to the land that became Yellowstone, America's first national park.