Friday, August 14, 2009

Yellowstone I




The road from Montana into Yellowstone.  On the far right of
this picture is the devil's slide.



This is Gardiner, MT, a small town that rest at the northern entrance
to the park.  Kristin and I went white water rafting here last year.



Right when we entered the park at Mammoth, we saw a bunch of
female elk.  Here are two scurrying away with a couple of classic cars.



These elk commandeered a picnic area in Mammoth.



The desolate terraces of Mammoth



Grandma and Kristin



A lone tree on the terrace



Orange Spring Mound



An elk just hanging around



We found a great little picnic spot between Mammoth and Roosevelt



Kristin setting up our picnic



A few of my favorite things



A squirrel enjoying a snack



Storm was brewing, it wound up rolling in right as we
were taking an ice cream break



We saw this black bear cub from about 5 feet away



Columns of rock between Roosevelt and Canyon



Overhanging cliff



Another shot of the columns



A stream around Tower falls



Ice cream break



A hillside



The roads up here are great



A vista



We were pretty high up here



A dead tree



a dog portrait



A cliffside around artist's point



Kristin and Grandma



Grandma and I



Grandpa and Grandma at Artist's point



Artist's point



Downstream



3 stooges



A river



A huge sky



A lone Buffalo, normally is Yellowstone, we see 000's
of Buffalo.  This year we saw about 6.



A beautiful valley, looks like the xp screen saver



Another dog portrait



Geological feature around Mud Volcano



Dragon's mouth spring



A nerd



A bend



Bison that greeted up outside of the Lake Hotel



My carmates



The halls of the haunted Lake Hotel



Bison still hanging out



Boys night out



Yellowstone Lake



walking like Tom Cruise



The Lake Hotel



Mountains across the lake



I caught this guy mid chew



We took this winding road after dinner, searching for moose



Sunset at Lake



Another one



The shores of the lake

8 comments:

  1. Is the lake hotel really haunted? U know i want to stay there. The three stooges look pretty good!!

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  2. How exquisite the scenery. Really beautiful. Love Gram

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  3. Hey I was just here. I'm in Wyoming right now, went to Yellowstone yesterday (Aug 15. Sunday.) We always miss each other in the west.

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  4. Spencer, we have missed eachother 4 years in a row!

    KM, I think the hotel is haunted. It haunted me, and there is a book about it. We also saw things moving that probably should not have been.

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