Steam rises and swirls in a dance with the wind. White mud bubbles and boils like living pots of paint. Geysers explode from the earth daring to touch the clouds. Water rages through the canyon and trickles out of cracks. Rings of yellow and orange surround crystal clear springs filled with water so turquoise, it makes you wonder if you have ever seen turquoise before.
It’s every bit as magical and mysterious as I expected. And more.
We are in Yellowstone National Park.
It is the first, most famous, and most visited national park in America.
A giant caldera is responsible for the dynamic geothermal shows. Deer, bear, bison, elk, and many other animals make this natural wonderland their home.
And for 10 days we made it our home too.
Love and Laughter,
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