I think I’ve been on the road long enough for a bit of a photo retrospective don’t you? Its almost three months now and before I hit the highway on Friday up North to Alaska, I felt like paying homage to the two places out here that I’ve especially enjoyed. I was so completely taken with the natural beauty in this part of the world, it completely exceeded all of my expectations! So, without further adieu the best of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks (with a few shots of hiking around Bozeman thrown in for good measure)
Marc And Daniel Hiking To The Top Of Bunson Peak
I Couldn't Have Asked For A More Beautiful Hiking Trail--Yellowstone Beaver Pond Loop 5 Miles
Yellowstone Lake With Snowy Mountains
Waterfall Or Overflowing River?
July 4th in Cooke City, Montana
The Grand Canyon Of Yellowstone
Jenny Lake Grand Teton National Park
Grand Teton National Park
Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone
The Historic Yellowstone Inn
Cone Geyser Yellowstone
Look Ellen And Marianne It's A Picture Of Me
My Awesome Little Cabin At The Old Faithful Inn
Black Bear Walking
Snow Hiking In July
14 Miles Round Trip To This Glacial Lake, Worth Every Step
Cowboy Target Practice, Those Are Really Bullet Holes!
Daniel Enjoying The View
Marc And Peter July 13, 2011-My 49th Birthday
Bison Extreme Close Up
The Bear Tooth Highway Almost 12,000 Feet High
and may I say…you look absolutely….let’s use it again what the heck, “nirvanic”…people need to be this happy all the time…wouldn’t that be something…I’m coming with you next time!
HAPPY B-DAY…we’ll celebrate when I see you….maybe at your next destination or maybe in nyc! you just neve know.
Great pics, Marc. I feel like I’m on the trip. Oh, happy (belated) birthday, too!
I should be in SF around the second or third week of Sept and look forward to meeting you live and in person!
Didn’t you get the park flyer with the cartoon drawing of the guy who gets skewered in the patoot when he gets too close to a buffalo?
I was in a car using a zoom. I will probably be going to Victoria on the way down the coast after Alaska. I’m going to liberate a finger monkey for Sammy this time!
Beautiful pictures, beautiful memories….and really the best of the west.
Do I dare ask….what is a finger monkey?
Hope you’re well…safe travels!
They were these adorable tiny little monkeys we were at some sort of exhibit and I wanted to buy one, of course the woman looked at me like I was crazy and Jen has teased me about it ever since!
Awesome, awesome photos Marc. Again, so happy we’re seeing some photos of YOU! Missing you. Enjoy the next leg of the trip! xo