We started off our month with a trip to Yellowstone!
Yellowstone holds a special place in my heart. I went there annually growing up so I was excited to take the girls. It is sort of my nature Disneyland and it seems just as expensive. Everything in the park is way overpriced. A meal for me and my girls is around $16. Next time I will bring a cooler of food. But let's get on to the pictures.
Scarlett at Yellowstone Lake.
Eva with her grandparents.
Eva sticking her head out the sun roof.
On the side roads she did this and had so much fun.
My favorite geyser Young Hopeful.
It just tries so hard.
All the sights and smells of Yellowstone take me back to my childhood and remind me of my grandparents.
My grandparents are photographers and went to Yellowstone at least 10 times a year with their trailer in tow. There were a couple times they were even attacked my some elk.
I was there during the Yellowstone fire of '88 and remember the way the sun looked through the smoke. We happened to be there on 8/8/88.
One of my favorite things has always been the boiling mud pots. I just think they are so cool.
We went a few times during the winter on snowmobiles until they stopped letting that happen but Yellowstone in the winter might be the best way to see the park.
On this last trip we went over Bear Tooth Highway. It was amazing and gorgeous. It is a wonder how they built it back in the '30's.
Here is Bear Tooth Highway. Apparently you are not a true biker (motorcycle) unless you have driven this.
Here is the credit to the picture and the list of roads you need to ride if you ride motorcycles.
Bear Tooth is #1.
Here is a picture of the Bear Tooth.
Credit goes to the name in th corner but I couldn't find anything on that.
My sweet girls.
Have you been up to the mountains to see the fall leaves?
If you don't have mountains sorry about that. They are gorgeous!