White Out

While it was budding springtime in Yellowstone and the valleys of Wyoming, it was still snowy in the mountain passes. People pull over on the side of the road, get out, and ski. The original wasn’t as stark of an image as I wanted to evoke. Plus, it wasn’t bright enough. That blob with theContinue reading “White Out”

First look into Jackson Hole valley

We traveled across country last May. I’ll probably end up editing a lot of pictures this month from that trip.¬†One of those trips of a lifetime. Jackson Hole, the Tetons, and Yellowstone were absolutely amazing! This was our first view of the area as we crossed over from Idaho into Wyoming – on WY22, theContinue reading “First look into Jackson Hole valley”

Roadschooling W to E – Thermal Yellowstone

I had never been to Yellowstone before. In fact, there was only one stop on our trip that was a return visit for me; everything was a first-time experience. YELLOWSTONE! Today I’ll share some pics of its thermal wonders. We learned a little about plate tectonics, lava, geysers, and heat from the earth. It wasContinue reading “Roadschooling W to E – Thermal Yellowstone”

Roadschooling West to East – Wyoming Wildlife

Wyoming – so many words to describe it. Wildlife is a big one. Touring around in the midday is not the best time to catch wildlife. Fortunately for us it was very mild and we were never short for elk or bison¬†sightings. We were really hoping to see a bear and a moose. The bearContinue reading “Roadschooling West to East – Wyoming Wildlife”

Roadschooling West to East – Snake River

The Snake River flows through quite a bit of the upper Northwest U.S. We didn’t know we would, but we happened to follow its path for some of our trip. Our first spotting of the river was in Idaho – Shoshone Falls in Twin Falls. Shoshone Falls is known as the Niagara Falls of theContinue reading “Roadschooling West to East – Snake River”