Wildlife is one of the quintessential parts of any National Park and it's no different in Yellowstone National Park. In fact, this is one of the most prolific parks in the United States for wildlife viewing. There are animals here that can't be seen in many states, and the variety of species is abundant. I've … Continue reading Wildlife in Yellowstone, WY: A Photo Journal of Animals
Hey there,We found a spot in the midle of the forest. No one else was around. The birds tweeted their songs, the water lapped up on the shore, and the wind whistled through the trees.Creeking branches and the crunch of animals running about kept the forest alive.Wish you were here!~ Justin
Lunch by the river. This was an awesome spot. We had it all to ourselves! Bonus postcard. Because I love this shot. The river moved fast. Next blog: Time for our next adventure!
The Beta If you're looking to see some natural beauty in Yellowstone with ease, this trail is for you! There are two ways to do this hike - one way is from the parking lot at Bridge Bay, and the other is a small parking area across from the northern entrance to Gull Point Drive. … Continue reading Walking the Yellowstone Natural Bridge Trail, WY
Tibble Fork is a small reservoir located up American Fork Canyon, about 1 hour southeast of Salt Lake City, 25-minutes from American Fork, and 40 minutes from Provo. It's smaller than Rockport State Park or the Great Salt Lake, but it's a nice place to go if you can get here in the middle of … Continue reading Paddle Boarding at Tibble Fork Reservoir, Utah