Things To See At Yellowstone National Park

Hey you guys! Thanks for joining me on another journey. I am at Yellowstone with my old friend from my childhood, Izzy. We were excited to get into seeing the park, but we got stuck in a major traffic jam, and not because of bears being sighted. Izzy thought it was because we chose Labor Day weekend, the last weekend of summer, to venture into one of the most popular national parks in the country. We finally got to Gibson Falls, and it was magnificent to see. Not a bad walk on a short concrete path. We ran into some a group of people who wanted to say hi to y’all on YouTube, haha. That was at Norris Geyser Basin where I took the time to get some b-roll for you–it’s just so cool in Yellowstone! The colors are so awesome; the smell of sulphur, not so much. Ha. The Whirligig Geyser was fun to not only see, but to say too. My buddy Izzy currently lives in Tennessee, and was kind of struggling because of altitude. He also was set on wearing Florida snowshoes, even on a hike. At the backside of Canary Springs, it was almost like a fairy-tale. It was absolutely amazing! If you are making plans go visit Yellowstone National Park, please comment below and let me know how long you’ve been planning this trip. Mound Springs is true to its name; lots of little mounds with the boiling hot water running down them. We took another little concrete trail to a petrified redwood tree. And then we ended up on another hike; that’s what is so great about Yellowstone; so many hikes–so many little trails. We got to stay at the Springhill Suites Marriott in Bozeman, Montana for free, thanks to Izzy’s hotel points. Makes for a sweeter adventure when you get freebies!

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