Oct 9, 2012

Yellowstone, day three

We left early and had to stop several times to capture images of the fog along the Madison River.  So beautiful!

Did I say we left early?  Yes--and for good reason. On day three we made our way from the west entrance of Yellowstone, down to the south entrance, and into Grand Teton National Park. We drove the length of that park and as far south as Jackson Hole and the National Elk Refuge before going back to our starting point.  It was a long day.

Today will be another big day.  I'm not sure how I'll do continuing this blog report. Our internet service is spotty, but I'll do my best.

And now on to more photos!  :D

Looking back at Midway Geyser Basin:


Lewis Lake:


Jackson Lake:


Grand Tetons:


Mule deer:



One of the elk-antler arches in George Washington Memorial Park in Jackson, Wyoming.  Antlers are collected from the National Elk Refuge.


I love warning signs.  This one makes tumbling down a waterfall look like great fun.


A look at the actual cascades.  Beautiful, but dizzying.


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