Bears, bears, bears …..

In one of our recent posts about the National Parks, we wrote about how different the parks were in what they offered the visitor. There is however, one thing all the parks along the length of the Rocky Mountains have in common and that’s bears! One could be excused for thinking that the Rocky Mountain... Continue Reading →

Yellowstone – Colour and Texture

The colours in and around the thermal pools at Yellowstone really amazed and interested us. We took so many photos we really thought we should share some of them with you. The stunning colours are formed by thermophyles (heat loving organisms). From a Visitor Information brocure: ‘These organisms – bacteria, algae and archaea – are... Continue Reading →

Yellowstone National Park

Everyone has heard of Yellowstone. It’s iconic, real American, biggest and the best, first National Park in the world, Old Faithful, blah, blah, blah! Well, we’re here to tell you, it’s pretty bloody good! When we travelled in the US last, we visited a number of parks in California, including Yosemite and were really impressed.... Continue Reading →

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