|We ventured North this spring to meet up with Jill's parents in Yellowstone National Park and Teton National Park.|
On our way we made a short detour into Twins Falls, ID.
It was very windy and cold so we quickly took a few pictures then continued on.
We were able to take advantage of a sweet time-share from Jill's aunt Lindy in West Yellowstone. It worked perfectly as our base camp.
Each day we went into the park we found new and exciting wildlife and of course lots of cool geo-thermal stuff too.
Maya (with the help of the rest of us) kept track of all the different license plates that we saw each day.
It was fun to watch the young bison playing within close watch of their mothers.
Jill won the 'Eagle Eyes' award for spotting the wolves.
I am still amazed that she was able to see the two wolves as they traversed across the huge scree field.
Even through the 400mm camera lens it was difficult to find them as they blended into the gray rocks.
The weather was a bit on the cold side. Each day there were road closures in the park due to snow.
If want to see the rest of the pictures, you can find them in these 5 galleries (one for each day).