Grand Teton’s beautiful Chapel of the Transfiguration at the most amazing location!
Mammoth Hot Springs
On the trail, Some of the sulphuric springs have dried up during our visit. The temperature was about 90F. Good to see this place again after the last visit 7 years ago.
Its always cloudy whenever we visit this place. There is always a crowd but each time we have a chance to be here or just passing though, this place stays majestic. Good to see these enormous sculptures again. #blackhills#day3#5302021
The Enchanted Highway
This is an eye catcher on the freeway, was curious what the sculpture was all about. Well this a kind of hobby to someone with a talent and a collection of scrap metals and the love of wildlife. On the same highway stretch, I thought the drive was beyond beautiful to my mind as the... Continue Reading →
Theodore Roosevelt National Park
Driving through the park entrance. This park has an area of 110.1 sq miles in size. Visitors may drive many miles within the park area The Painted Desert ~ The color isn’t quite seen like ‘painted’ but is probably best seen in the Fall with leaves of different color. The tiny-teeny town of Medora is... Continue Reading →
A small vibrant town, this place can sometimes be a hectic place to be with the cost of accommodation skyrockets, specifically from May to October.By its name, it is the gateway to the Yellowstone National Park and Mammoth Hot springs. With our destination city still about 4 hours away, we decided to stop by for... Continue Reading →
"Of all the paths you take in life, make sure a few of them are dirt" ~ John Muir
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