Custer State Park
Devil's Tower
Entry to Yellowstone Park
Nate
Barry
Yellowstone Park has plenty of Bison that often block traffic along busy park roads.
Canyon at Yellowstone Park
Upper Yellowstone Falls
Barry attempts to keep his eyes open facing the sun. This view is facing opposite the Upper Yellowstone Falls.
Upper Yellowstone Falls closeup
Yellowstone Lake
Yellowstone Lake
Butter and eggs (maybe)
Alpine Fireweed (maybe)
Elk
I recall it took some effort to get this guy out of the tent.
The fire of 1988 burned over 793,880 acres and had over 9000 firefighters assigned to the park. Here we can see wildflowers coming to life in the burn area.
Built in 1903-1904 with local logs and stone, the Inn is considered the largest log structure in the world.
This might be the Lower Geyser Basin
Old Faithful Geyser
Castle Geyser
Morning Glory Pool
Firehole River Swim
Firehole River Swim
Firehole River Swim
Fishing Bridge
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Mammoth Hot Springs at Yellowstone Park
Koken filters were all the rage in photography back in the day.
Entry to Glacier Park
Our first campground in St. Mary at the edge of Glacier Park.
Along the Going to the Sun Road is a site that must not be missed. Logan's Pass has trails, wildlife, and beautiful mountain views.
Views from Logan's Pass
Views from Logan's Pass
Views from Logan's Pass
Views from Logan's Pass
The mountain goat is the official symbol of Glacier Park.
Views from Logan's Pass
Mountain Goat
Views from Logan's Pass
Possibly a yellow-bellied marmot
Views from Logan's Pass
Nate overlooks Hidden Lake
Views from Logan's Pass
Hidden Lake
Views from Logan's Pass
Bear Grass
Views from Logan's Pass
Views from Logan's Pass
Trail of the Cedars
Trail of the Cedars
Trail of the Cedars
Trail of the Cedars
Nate poses at Avalanche Lake
Many Glacier Hotel
Many Glacier Hotel is located in the “Switzerland of North America,′′ in the northeastern area of Glacier National Park.
Nate canoeing along Swiftcurrent Lake
Barry canoeing along Swiftcurrent Lake
Nate and Barry take a break while canoeing along Swiftcurrent Lake
Barry on Horseback
Nate on Horseback
The 7.6 mile trek to Grinnell Glacier ascends 1840 Feet.
Hike to Grinnell Glacier
Looking back on Grinnell Lake
The sign reads: GRINNELL GLACIER THIS OVERLOOK ELEV. IS 2000 METERS. AVERAGE ELEV OF GLACIER IS 2046 METERS.
Grinelle Glacier
Waterton Park in Alberta, Canada
Waterton Lake Boat Tour
Nate on Waterton Lake Boat Tour
Waterton Lake
Constructed between 1926 and 1927, the hotel was built by the Great Northern Railway of the U.S. to lure tourists during the prohibition era. Nate and Barry stayed here before heading back for Minnesota.
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