Dawn in Jackson, WY. It was cold compared to NJ.
2 ducks and their wakes. Jackson, WY.
Is this not the best souvenir ever?!
Grand Tetons, WY
Lewis Lake in Yellowstone National Park. The lake was still frozen when I took this picture on June 17th!
Yellowstone Lake in Yellowstone National Park. Check out that tree growing on the sand bar!
Bison sitting by the road....he was really close to our car and seemed to like having his picture taken by us.
Hayden Valley, Yellowstone National Park. A wolf pack is rumored to meet by this river....unfortunately we never saw them.
The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone....aptly named.
Yep. A bear and her 2 cubs. Can't tell if it was a grizzly or a black bear. When they are that big and this close....it doesn't really matter does it?
Norris Geyser Basin. Yellowstone National Park.
Rainbow over Yellowstone Lake.
Not the ZZ Top mobile....a restored yellow bus used for park tours in Yellowstone. Way cool car!
View from Fishing Bridge. Yellowstone National Park.
Bison, Lake, Sky = beautiful evening in the Fishing Bridge area of Yellowstone NP.
Sunset over Yellowstone Lake as seen from Lake Butte.
Morning in front of the Lake Hotel. Inviting isn't it?
Morning Glory Pool in the Old Faithful area of Yellowstone National Park. The different colors are caused by different strains of algae that thrive at different temperatures (all of them HOT).
Liz shot this picture while sitting on my shoulders.
Tower Falls. Northern part of Yellowstone National Park. Check out the rainbow.
Trout Lake in Lamar Valley, Yellowstone National Park. My best "reflection shot" of the trip. I was the only one here...pretty cool and a bit scary at the same time.
Baby bison in the morning.
Lamar Valley in bloom. Yellowstone National Park.
These yellow flowers were everywhere. Smelled like a florists shop.
Rustic Falls in Mammoth Hot Springs area of Yellowstone National Park.
Skeleton of leioplurodon at the Wyoming Dinosaur Center in Thermopolis, WY. Thomas thought the sign describing this as a plesiosaur was incorrect. He was adamant that this was NOT a plesiosaur but rather leioplurodon....turns out he was right!
T-Rex of course. Thermopolis, WY