Somewhere In Time is a weekly photo from around the world. Enjoy!
Although Iceland was our first overseas destination, the big trip actually began in the United States. Last August, we traversed the U.S., driving from San Diego to Massachusetts. On the way we passed through Yellowstone National Park. We spent two nights camping and hanging out with the resident buffalo. Unfortunately, we didn’t get to do much in the way of hiking because we had Chachy with us and you can’t bring dogs on any of the hikes. We did sneak him into one quick hike (he stayed in a bag that we carried) but besides that we spent most of our time was relegated to the car.
Yellowstone’s roaming wildlife, geothermal activity and vast expanses create an area rife for exploration. Even if you don’t have a lot of time to hike around, the road that cuts through Yellowstone provides ample pull offs to enjoy some of the parks most famous attractions.
I took this photo as we were driving out and it’s one of my favorites from our time at Yellowstone.
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