Colter Bay in Grand Teton National Park
So, here is the continuation of our “Living in the Moment” series from last September. All the “Living in the Moment” posts are at the bottom of this post if you want to catch up.
If you have only recently started following my blog, I invite you to read “Living in the Moment – Old Yellowstone Trail” post dated 2/22/20. There is a color version of the Pronghorns in that post, plus a few other interesting facts about an iconic “not so traveled” road.
On the 4th day of our vacation, we paddled the Yellowstone River in Montana. At one point, we had a problem with water coming into the boat. We pulled over along the river rocks, unloaded and fixed the scupper.
Moving along the river with his cows, was the biggest bull elk we had seen in either Yellowstone or Grand Teton. We had seen some big bulls but this guy was a monster. If a large bull elk weighs 700 lbs, this bull would have been at least 800 lbs.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge – Things that are Short.
Please check with the rangers when you enter Yellowstone National Park to see how you’ll be affected.
Today we were going to paddle the untamed Yellowstone River in our Sea Eagle white water kayak.
Trout Lake was worth the 150 feet of elevation that we had to climb to get to this peaceful clear lake.
Lighthouse – St. Augustine, FL Lamar Valley – Yellowstone National Park Lights near the ceiling of the Yellowstone Inn – Yellowstone National Park Limpkin, Lettuce Lake Park, Tampa, FL