The ladies said, "So There, we can vote and catch fish!"
Mostly the park! (All Photos from the web, could not find mine!)
Up in the northwest corner of Wyoming is one of the most popular National Park in the USA, “The Yellowstone”. The first trip to Yellowstone we parked the RV in Gardiner, Montana and drove the tow vehicle into the Park.
First off, just after the entrance, you come to a small community called Mammoth. I was amazed, the Caribou were everywhere. Up on the porches in the roads, on the sidewalks. The first real natural beauty you see is the Mammoth Hot Springs. The chemicals in the spring react on the rock for fantastic colors.
The wild life here is so plentiful you have time to observe their beauty up close without then running off. Mostly buffalo, elk, caribou, deer even bear but a wise person is careful around them all.
Of course everyone must watch ‘Old Faithful’. I made the mistake of thinking it was huge. It is big, but its claim to fame is it spouts on a regular basis. Every 91 minutes!
Our first trip it was just Sherry and I. We did a lot of walking thru many of the natural attractions. One thing I did not know was Yellowstone has its own ‘Grand Canyon’ and it is much greener than its name sake but not quite as HUGE!
(We could see the falls in the distance, it was beautiful!)
I am not an explorer, but if I had been when the ‘early explorers’ reached this area, I would have taken my horse and hit the trail.
As we walked around thousands of places throughout this park steam was coming from holes and cracks in the earth. You get the feeling this place could go any minute. Yellowstone lives up to its billing and worth the time for whoever can make it.