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Yellowstone Adventures: Geysers!!!  We ventured forth in our first Yellowstone explorations...


since we are blessed to be able to stay in the area for a few weeks, we'll be able to explore the park at our own pace. So today we explore the beautiful geothermal features the Park is so well known for.. did you know that about HALF of all the worlds geothermal features are found right here at Yellowstone???


Which are fueled by the massive super-volcanic caldera...(about 500 of them 🤓) and let me tell you be glad these are not scratch and sniff pictures (rotten eggs anyone???),


But they sure are beautiful, the range of color and uniqueness leaves you in awe of all the wonders of God's creations...


"Remember is not just the Destination, but the Joy of the Journey"

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Capitol Reef

Capitol Reef

After a short visit to SLC to get a bit of city life.  We left civilization and found a “new kind of pretty” as my kids are saying...   words to describe the unique and beauty of the landscape that starts as we head further down into Utah and encounter the red mountains of Capital Reef National Park... "Remember is not just the Destination, but the Joy of the Journey"   www.tlpathwa
Yellowstone Adventures

Yellowstone Adventures

Yellowstone Adventures: Snow!!! Yes, I did say snow. We woke this morning to a pristine blanket of snow and crisp weather. We headed early into the park for our trek to Yellowstone Grand Canyon, and a few animals were out. We spotted the familiar Bison and a curious coyote meandering through the snow cover valleys. The majestic pines looked so amazing with their dusting of snow. What awaited at the Canyon was indeed a breathtaking view, and roaring falls, amazing site of t
Yellowstone Adventures

Yellowstone Adventures

Yellowstone Adventures: Mammoth Springs...have you ever wonder what would it be like to travel to the surface of Mars??? Honestly, after spending days exploring the geothermal beauties at Yellowstone, I feel like I am at a far, far away planet...the terrain, the colors, the smells... all leave you with another world feel... one of the things that is becoming a favorite of mine is the way that trees that are decomposing look in the surrounding landscape ..(stay tuned for my photo colla
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