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More Yellowstone!

The woman who took our photo was with her husband and son on vacation from England. Her son had a cup of water he kept refilling and pouring out on either side of the sign to see if what his … Continue reading

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One week in Yellowstone

The day before our Yellowstone reservation was to begin we took one more day in the Tetons enjoying the area. We took a walk along a lake that turned into a four mile hike right up against the beautiful mountains. … Continue reading

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The Wildlife of Yellowstone

We’ve emerged from our six-night stay in Yellowstone National Park and I feel neglectful for not visiting sooner. We learned so much about the land, the history of the park, the issues it faces, and the wildlife. Everyday as we … Continue reading

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Yellowstone: No Phone Reception, No Internet

Inside Yellowstone is a dead zone (we drove out to Cody, Wyoming today for a day trip, but we’ll be in Yellowstone for the coming week). Back online in a week with lots of pictures!

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Grand Teton National Park

We spent last night just outside of Jackson, WY in a camp spot with a fire pit. This is the first fire pit we’ve had west of the Mississippi. It made our evening great and we took full advantage, roasting … Continue reading

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Fossil Butte National Monument

I’m not thrilled with the “we did this/we went here” blog format, but I don’t seem to have the energy to document much else when I’m tired from travel and activities. I hoped to also have time to write reflections … Continue reading

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Wandering Southwest in Wyoming

Yesterday (Tuesday) we were in Thermopolis, WY. They are famously the home of the world’s largest mineral hot spring. (Well, not super famous. Keep in mind, everything we learn we are discovering on-the-fly. We didn’t go to Thermopolis with any … Continue reading

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Land of Milk/Honey

It’s getting difficult to document all the amazing things we are seeing. Our friend Patrick at the Kettle told us before we left NYC that we were going to see so many amazing and beautiful things. He was so right. … Continue reading

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