Yellowstone National Park Travel Blog› entry 11 of 14 › view all entries
We finnaly got into Yellowstone on Monday 10th. Before we got there we read in the paper that the weather there was alot colder at night than we had been used to, it was due to get down to freezing !! So we went to a cheap clothesstore and bought jumpers and trousers and socks to wear in our sleeping bags. And yes it was soo cold at night, I was wearing 4 pairs of socks by the last night and my feet were still cold !!
There was so much to see in Yellowstone and we fitted so much in in our 3 days, there would be so much to comment on, so it would be far easierv just to see the photos. We didn't see any bears, but loads of Bison and Elk and Dear and Moose. We saw Old Faithfull at sunset (So cool), So many geysers, the most stunning waterfalls really close up.
These 4 nights were very hard work though, at 8000 feet I even found getting out of my tent hard work at times. I did struggle and had to let Si and Caz see some sights up steep hills on there own on the last day. I was gasping for breath when I did go up steep hills, but I was so determined to see as much as possible, but I do know my limits sometimes. But the heart was okay and the lungs survived just about.
Anyway, please enjoy the photos, although I am sure they do not do some of the scenery justice. I hope to download them soon for you to see, but problems with computers and internet connection.