Yellowstone Trip

A Look Book

You guys ready to be absolutely blown away??? Good!

(But first I would like to apologize to whoever left a comment on my last Yellowstone post– I was going to respond and then the comment was gone. Like no where to be found. So please know I didn’t ignore you! I believe you asked what was the most important thing I packed for the trip? And the answer is definitely layers! I’d start in the morning with a shirt, sweater and heavy jacket but by the afternoon would have striped to just my t-shirt. So if you go on a trip to Wyoming in October or late fall pack layers. Again I apologize for not responding sooner)

The drive out…

We took three days to drive out west in my parents’ RV. Which meant camping stops and bonfires.

Jackson, WY.

The Tetons… couldn’t you just die?
We thought the log looked like a horse.
The antler arches of Jackson’s downtown.
For my food lovers out there you must try an elk burger and sweet potato fries at Jackson Hole Drug Store. It’s kinda a thing. A delicious thing.
And my big purchase of the trip was this Stetson. #bringbackhats

Yellowstone+Grand Teton National Park

I think another must is visiting the Tetons early in the morning… I could have stood there all day.

Okay, okay let’s move to the next location…

Tetons were by far my favorite thing about our trip. Ya know if you couldn’t tell.

Let’s get into Yellowstone itself, shall we?
A bison and Old Faithful… exactly what you picture in your mind isn’t it?
Old Faithful faithfully blew her top… Wow.

I could go on and on in this post, but I am going to stop here for now. All I can say God’s creation is absolutely breath taking. Another Yellowstone Trip photo dump will be coming!

Lots of love,

Tally

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I am a twenty something year old live-in, Christian nanny. Basically a modern day Mary Poppins. If I'm not chasing around six amazing kids I'm writing my blog or the handful of novels I have going; reading (a lot), baking, eating (a lot), or going on exciting adventures. All of my misadventures I share here with you guys! So grab ahold of my umbrella, something's about to begin.

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