Here are a few highlights of our trip:
Our first stop was at the Lewis and Clark Caverns in Montana. This place was so amazing with all the beautiful formations inside the HUGE caverns! It took 1 1/2 hours to go through the whole thing!
My family in front of some hot springs in Yellowstone.
One of the many beautiful waterfalls in the park!
It was mating season for the bison, and this guy wasn't going to let his little lady get away! He followed her everywhere and made some oh so romantic grunting noises to woo her!!
This guy was just hanging out by the side of the road. Nothing seemed to bother him!
Old Faithful was just amazing! It was my son's favorite of the whole trip!
This little cutie was a resident of the campground we stayed at. He would scurry out of his hole every morning to greet us!
My kids getting sworn in as Junior Rangers at Yellowstone. They had to fill out a book full of puzzles and questions and swear to protect the natural environment.
Wasn't it nice of them to include a sign just for us so we wouldn't get lost on our way back to our campground?? But really - the second superintendent of the Park was a man named Norris - so there were Norris campgrounds, Norris geysers, Norris hot springs, Norris museums, etc. etc. We felt right at home :)
Thanks for stopping by and catching up with me! Hope you have all been well.