What can I say? I love Yellowstone. Probably my favorite US National Park – every time we visit, we find something new. This was was our fourth visit to the Park – and we enjoyed this stay as much as our earlier visits. This is one of our favorite spots – the Norris Geyser … More A Return to Yellowstone
We did a hike of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Lower Falls with our friends Jen & Deas of NealysonWheels led by Ranger Steve. Ranger Steve gave us a history of the Canyon and the discussed the first non-Native American visitors to the Canyon – and Yellowstone National Park- America’s first park and “The National Park” … More Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Lower Falls & Private Hike
Old Faithful Geyser Basin – aka Upper Geyser Basin One of our first stops in Yellowstone Park was the infamous Upper Geyser Basin – the fascinating, much-loved, crowded, trampled Basin. The most famous spot in the park – visited by most who come to the area. Crowded and occasionally frustrating, once you venture away … More It’s Crowded! It’s Mobbed! So Many People Speaking others Languages! It’s…Old Faithful!
Yellowstone’s Old Faithful Inn The Old Faithful Inn provides a glimpse into the Park’s past and the creation of the jewel that is Yellowstone…The building was constructed by the Great Northern Pacific railroad – construction carried out over 1903-1904 – to attract wealthy visitors who demanded good lodging. Using locally-obtained materials, the … More Old Faithful Inn
Mammoth Hot Springs – another crazy – colorful – diverse area of Yellowstone National Park. The colors, shapes, textures can be found nowhere else – outside of a fairly active thermal area. Mammoth is a large complex of hot springs on a hill of travertine in the Park adjacent to Fort Yellowstone and the Mammoth Hot … More Greetings from another Planet – Mammoth Hot Springs