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Wyoming 2019: Yellowstone National Park—Day 4

Artists Paintpots Trail

Our last day in Yellowstone was a leisurely one. After breakfast, we camped out a second time on the boardwalk to watch Old Faithful blow. Arriving first, I planted myself at the front of the wooden walkway to wait for the geyser to awaken. Two photographers soon joined me. They also planned to shoot Old Faithful from a low angle and sat cross-legged next to me. Soon after, four videographers approached and asked if they could set up behind us, as they would be recording the eruption.  Continue reading

Wyoming 2019: Yellowstone National Park—Day 2

Mom and her three kids out for a stroll.

Yellowstone National Park is almost 3,500 square miles of wilderness. Big! A lot of ground to cover in a week, but we had a plan. We carved out our destinations based upon regions. We would tackle the west first—Upper Geyser Basin, Midway Geyser Basin, Lower Geyser Basin, and Mammoth Hot Springs in the northwest. Continue reading