Melina Gunnett

July 26, 2011

The Parks

I’ve been busy settling into my new home and figuring out what I need to be doing over the next couple of months.  What I haven’t been doing is keeping up with posting the things I’ve already done.  I’m currently planning a trip down to southern California for next month.  It seemed like a good idea to clear the photos from my last trip off my camera first.

I last left everyone in the Black Hills at Sunset.  The next day I ended up dealing with boring mundane business stuff. Then headed out across the Wyoming plains, following the Shoshone River through the foothills and into the Buffalo Bill State Park.

Buffalo Bill State Park

Click on the picture to see the Buffalo Bill State Park

Next I headed across the Shoshone Park and into the east entrance of Yellowstone.  I drove through the lake region and down to Flagg Ranch, just the other side of the West gate to set up camp.  I spent the next several days touring the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone.  Yellowstone is so big and its terrain so varied, that it is like having several parks in one.  I grouped the photos together in different sections.

 

Click for the Grand Tetons

Click for the Yellowstone Lake Region

Animals of Yellowstone

Click to see the Animals of Yellowstone

Thermal Region of Yellowstone

Click here to view the Thermal region of Yellowstone, Including Old Faithful

Yellowstone Mountains

Click to see the North mountian area of Yellowstone.

mammoth hot springs

Click to see the Mammoth Hot springs

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