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Eastern Idaho Home Base - Idaho Falls, Idaho

When traveling the scenic pathways of America we need places to rest, refuel and recharge.  Some of the most scenic spots are usually far from urban areas.  763 more words


Yellowstone Pt. 1(wildlife)

A true wonderland.  I’m going to cover this as two parts: Lamar Valley/Canyon and the Roosevelt Cookout/geysers.

I knew that Yellowstone was the first national park.   235 more words



Yellowstone’s hydrothermal features would not exist without the underlying magma body that releases tremendous heat. They also depend on sources of water, such as from the mountains surrounding the Yellowstone Plateau.

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With half of the earth’s geothermal features, Yellowstone holds the planet’s most diverse and intact collection of geysers, hot springs, mudpots, and fumaroles. More than 300 geysers make up over one half of all those found on earth.

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A Master of Education

It’s ironic, isn’t it, that Forrest Fenn has probably taught more children, and adults, than his father, whose life’s work was education?

In spite of any disadvantages to being the son of the school principal, a key bonus was the three month summer recess that the Fenns spent in Yellowstone. 547 more words

Yellowstone Day 3

We ventured way north for day 3 of our time in Yellowstone. Mammoth Springs was our goal and after an early start and a few stops along the way to look at bears we made it into Mammoth. 596 more words


YNP: a few critters on film.

There were a handful of shots remaining on some Ektar 100, so I packed it along on our daytrip to Yellowstone. I captured a few candid critters moments to wrap up the roll.