I'm getting out of here!
creative car top carrier
Yellowstone tourist bus
trees manage somehow
mud pots - turbulent pools of hot, muddy water
Mother Grizzly and two cubs
elk in "velvet" - antlers can grow 6" per day at this time of year
Rainbow - usually seen after a geyser erupts
petrified tree trunk
fun car tag
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River
Norris Geyser Basin - temperatures reach over 200 degrees -this is a constantly changing area due to geologic disturbances.
Mammoth Hot Springs
Elk in Hayden Valley
male Pronghorn - not an antelope - it is the only surviving member of this group
Columbian ground squirrel
Upper Falls of the Yellowstone River
Emerald Spring in Norris Geyser Basin
Mammoth Hot Spring
fumarole - similar to hot springs, but lacks water
Norris Geyser Basin - the hottest and most volatile thermal basin in Yellowstone - it sits at the intersection of three fault lines.
elk in "velvet", which circulates nutrients to growing antlers