Adventure Van Travels – Yellowstone National Park

We have loved the days we have spent in Yellowstone. We’ve been lucky to see Elk, Bison with calves, a mama black bear with two cubs, swan and other birds and deer.     The diversity of wildlife combined with beautiful scenery and some of the strangest phenomenon found on earth, make Yellowstone such a fascinating park to explore.    The weather has been chilly though and rain last night made our evening downright frigid.     But we have still loved our time here. We truly enjoyed exploring the geysers and thermal areas. Camping at Norris and Bridge Bay was beautiful, and we attended an excellent ranger program led by Ranger Maggie at the National Park Ranger museum where she both encouraged and gave great advice to Naomi about her own dream of being a National Park Ranger.     I wish we could stay longer, but it’s time to head south to Grand Teton. Until next time, Yellowstone!

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