Hello Yellowstone!

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On Monday, I promised to write more about Yellowstone National Park. There is no way to properly convey the vastness and other-worldliness of this enchanted place. Whole books have been written about it that still do not capture it all. Faced with the impossibility of covering everything, I will instead tell about our experience in the park in hopes that it will convince you to visit yourself. Yellowstone really should be on everyone’s bucket list.

Firehole River Yellowstone

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2 thoughts on “Hello Yellowstone!

  1. Isn’t Yellowstone one of the most incredible places on Earth?? Like you, I have only had day trips through the park–whirlwind trips. We have it on our must-do list to spend a week there in the various old lodges. I agree, it’s like another planet–the colors and the geology of the caldera are otherworldly! I like to think about how people experienced it a century ago when getting there was a long, difficult adventure. At least we can do it in modern clothing and shoes! 🙂 I’m so glad you got to go! I’ll go look at the rest of your pix …

    • Oh D’Arcy, you are so correct! I just kept thinking about what it would have been like to stumble across those geysers not knowing they were there. We were blown away and we had been expecting them. What would the reaction be of someone who had no idea anything like that existed?

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