Monday, September 10, 2012

On The Road: Yellowstone

There is something about being away in the woods with no phone reception, no need for time, no company other than the ones you love most, and no heat except the fire that you built yourself (besides the heat in your motor home *caugh caugh).

Yellowstone was one of my favorite parts of our whole vacation. We didn't have any places we needed to be or anything we really needed to worry about. We simply got a break in between destinations, weddings, parties, and cities, to relax and enjoy each others company.

We spent hours, ten to be exact, driving around the hundreds of miles that is Yellowstone National Park to see as much as we possibly could, and I would say we were quite successful.

Between the bison, coyotes, antelope, elk, geysers (one of which decided to spray us in all of it's sulfer smelling glory), waterfalls, trees, lakes, and mountains, it is hard not to be thankful for the beauty that God has blessed us with. I am convinced it is a pretty generous gift.


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