Tuesday, June 24, 2008

It's more than just Ol' Faithful

Yesterday we left Cody, Wyoming and headed for Island Park, Idaho. The best way to get here from there is through Yellowstone National Park. For the most part, when you think Yellowstone, you think Ol' Faithful and geysers. But the park is oh, so much more.

Hitch found a beautiful spot, at the base of the mountains beside a lake at the top of a snow (yes, we said SNOW) bank. He certainly enjoyed the drive through the park and saw all kinds of wildlife, too - mountain goats, buffalo, elk, black bear you name it.

For now, we have parked ourselves here at Island Park for a long stay - going to get in some fishing! (Who's surprised?) But, not to worry, the place is peaceful, and the view - well, as they say, a picture is worth a thousand words and this is literally the view from our window. Not bad, huh?








We'll let you know how the fishing goes. We're very optimistic!
Goodnight for now,
Traveling with Hitch

3 comments:

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

Those 1,000 words are breathtaking!

quiltteacher said...

Yes Ole Faithful is something to behold. Fishing? Who would have thought!

lilredkpr said...

we could use some of that snow here!