Spent the day walking boardwalks through all sorts of geothermal phenomena. Nothing like walking around on top of one of the world’s most enormous volcanoes! Also saw lots of wildlife…elk, bison, an eagle, and more. Made the mistake of arriving at Canyon Village hungry for lunch at the same time as several tour buses. We bought a few groceries and picnicked in the car. It was a overcast and cold day. We did see a tiny bit of snow but then a few minutes later we saw a couple of minutes of sunshine! We cut our touring a little short and came back to our room for a nap and a good dinner accompanied by Moose Drool brown ale.



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  1. Gary

    I notice that you haven’t blogged from yellowstone in two days. Does that mean you’ve left. While you were there does it look like a giant caldera?


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At Home in Medina

At Home in Medina

In October we decided to make Medina our new hometown and have been embracing its charms while setting into our new apartment