Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Just a Peek of My Adventures in Yellowstone

I don't have a lot of time to blog, so I was just going to show you a few pictures of what we've seen/done in Yellowstone over the past few days, which has been a TON of really amazing stuff! If nothing else, I will come away from this vacation with a newfound love/appreciation for the geothermic fores that stew beneath our feet. Geysers are muy AWESOME!

Like I said, I was going to put up a few pictures, but I'm on a borrowed laptop, so you'll have to enjoy just one tiny little appetizer of a picture.

Yep. That's it for now. Gaze into the aqua depths of that boiling crater and imagine yourself inhaling its sulphur-laden steam. Mmmmm.



  1. I read in this book one time that Yellowstone is in actuality the largest volcanic system in the world, and that it is WAY past due to blow off A LOT of pressure. Enjoy the rest of your week :)

  2. Indeed the entire Yellowstone valley is actually an underground volcano called a caldera...and between it and the massive fault line that runs along the Wasatch Front we're all doomed.

    Also, I've never been to Yellowstone. I was supposed to go last summer but then I got Swine Flu. So, I'm jealous.

  3. truly awesome...i love the green contrasted with the brown, looks amazing!

  4. Oh yeah... we've been joking about the fact that any second the entire park could erupt into a disaster of biblical proportions. I figure, though, that if it happens while I'm up here, I'll be thrown thousands of feet into the air where I'll have a great view of the fireworks before I die. :)