the majority of day four + all of day five of our #LLontheBIGroad trip was spent at yellowstone national park. hands down one of the most breathtaking places in our country. [based solely on my own opinion].
we entered the park through the northeast entrance, and our campsite was clear down by the south entrance. little did we know, that meant 86 miles away. going a maximum of 35MPH, that’s when buffalo weren’t in the middle of the road. but I’ll just shhhhh and let the pictures do the talking.
[warning: so many buffalo shots.
sorry I’m not sorry].
me: why is traffic going so slow?
[J]: a buffalo is leading the way.
we saw mammoth hot springs. norris geyser basin. old faithful. yellowstone lake. tower fall. the grand canyon of yellowstone. sulphur caldron. mud volcano. west thumb geyser basin.
it rained both of our nights spent at yellowstone. which always makes it more interesting in a tent.
and then on the way out of yellowstone [south entrance], you immediately enter the grand teton national park ..which is equally as breathtaking.