Well, we are officially HOME!! Ben and I completed our fourth cross country road trip, and have landed back in home sweet home Ohio. As I began putting together a blog post of our incredible journey, I realized that I have so many photos from our day at Yellowstone National Park that it should probably just be it’s own separate blog post! So, here you have it haha!
As we have traveled around the U.S. this past year, Ben and I have made it to a lot of the National Parks! Grand Canyon, Olympic, Joshua Tree, Glacier, Yosemite, Zion….the list is a long one! But without a doubt, Yellowstone National Park was the most SURPRISING to me!! Of course we all know that Yellowstone is home to Old Faithful, but I didn’t realize that Old Faithful is just one of countless geysers found in the park, not to mention the hot springs and geothermal landscapes! These geothermal environments are crazy, the colors do not even look real, and it seems you’re always within feet of steam hissing and pouring out of the ground. Everyone loves the chance to see wildlife up close, and there’s definitely no shortage of wildlife found in Yellowstone! Bison for miles! Along with elk, antelope, deer, and one amazing animal we didn’t expect to see – you’ll have to keep scrolling to see that one!! Hint: it’s not a bear, but just as exciting!
Mammoth Hot Springs
Norris Geyser Basin
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
A moose!! We stumbled upon a mama moose and her baby eating their dinner by this river, we sat in the car and watched them for quite a while! What a sight to see!
Sunset over Lamar Valley