UPDATE: Please see updated information about Yellowstone on my new blog, Everyday Wanderer. As the National Park Service prepares to turn 100 on August 25th, America’s first national park has been a fixture in the news. Unfortunately, Yellowstone‘s coverage hasn’t been about the hundreds of animal species that roam the naturally wild 3,500 square foot […]

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UPDATE: Please see updated information about Yellowstone on my new blog, Everyday Wanderer. Date night dinner in Yellowstone Park On Today’s Date in the Past: Walking Along the Waterfront CN Tower in Toronto Wordless Wednesday:  Wishing at the American Girl Store Four Corners Travel Contest:  People Shell

Several female elk were chilling in a meadow along a hiking trail at Yellowstone Park.  While making sure to keep my minimum 25 yards distance, I noticed that they seemed largely nonchalant about my presence, but yet still watchful.  That’s when I noticed two small baby elk tucked down in the tall grass on the […]

I have only been to Yellowstone Park twice, and the last time was about seven years ago.  It is an absolutely magical place, especially this year after all of the rain.  The meadows are lush, the wildflowers are in bloom, and all of the animals are happy.