Visiting Yellowstone National Park

Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Everyone has to go to Yellowstone Nations Park. It is the world's first national park and one of the largest it is spread throughout 3 states Wyoming, Montana and Idaho.  Luckily you will always be in the mountain time zone, so really does it matter whether you are in Montana, Idaho, or Wyoming?  Just know that you are in a very special place.  So close to so much geothermal activity and incredible nature.   Out of all the national parks we've visited, Yellowstone has the most wildlife and diverse terrain, there is so much to do here. Conveniently enough, there is loop road you can follow to visit all of Yellowstone's main attractions.

 

We got to go in early October which is the off season. There were still a fair amount of people there. But I believe covid had everyone wanting to go outside. Never an issue finding parking, pulling over or seeing any of the animals. Everyone that was visiting was respectful to the animals and the other visitors allowing room for everyone to enjoy the park.

 

The pictures do not do it any justice, the colors of this hot spring are so vivid in person.

A day Trip to the Grand Canyon Arizona

Tuesday, March 23, 2021

The Grand Canyon is absolutely stunning, and it is a bucket list item for many people. Our little boy recently got to cross it off of his list. My husband and I had both been to the Grand Canyon couple times before but never as family. We were excited to share this experience with our son, who is a very content little traveler.  We were there for such a short time and during the pandemic. So we decided to keep it simple and just do sight-seeing. 


We loved exploring the South Rim of the Grand Canyon during fall season, and the weather is perfect time to go with our baby, who's only nine months old at that time. We will definitely go back for a full canyon adventure someday. Overall, such a fun experience for the whole family!

  

Our little Adventurer 
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