I love traveling the world, including the United States. Living out west was one of the best times we ever had. We were young, camped everywhere, ate a lot of beans and once got woke up in the early morning by having a cow sneeze on our tent. Chris and I had a 1997 Saturn station wagon and we would load that thing up and head off on roads trips all over the place – Bryce, Zion and this week is a look at Yellowstone National Park. Oh my gosh, if you have never been, I hope you get a chance to go. Prior to visiting the park, I had no idea how many unique ecosystems existed on this small bit of map.
In Yellowstone, things blow up all the time. All around you. At random times and some repetitively that are timed down to almost the minute.
Viewing the surfaces here had me feel like I was on another planet, yet moose, grizzly and elk might be running in the woods just a mile from a spot like this.
And wondering how all these vibrant colors are formed?
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