Yellowstone Part II
Hi folks, this is my final vacation post. Here are a few more pics from Yellowstone. Enjoy!
There was a good layering of fog along Blacktail Deer Plateau at sunrise.
The slopes of Mount Washburn, according to the Park, are prime grizzly bear habitat. We’re looking east from Washburn’s north flank.
A morning fog bank covers the Canyon Village area as seen from Dunraven Pass.
A sow grizzly and this year’s cub foraging on Dunraven Pass.
A black bear foraging close to Phantom Lake.
Another large denizen of the forest.
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River
We left Yellowstone close to noon, arriving in the Denver Metro area close to midnight. It was a long trip, but a good one. I’m already anxious for our next road trip. The above two pics tell the tale regarding trip miles and total miles. The 4-Runner just keeps running and running!
In the end, a good trip requires a good ale, and the Nut Brown Ale from Montana’s Bitterroot Brewery hit the spot.
Thanks for reading.