Wednesday, May 26, 2010

trip to Yellowstone National Park

Locally, we call yellowstone, "Jelly Stone" because the heat coming up from the middle of the earth is melting the rock and stone around here.  It also creates pools of bacteria nowhere else seen on earth and heat vents spew steam up from down below (seen in the distance).  Yellowstone National Park is only 1 and a half hours drive south of Bozeman. 

2 comments:

Steffe said...

I did not know that.

Kim said...

I thought it was because of the Yogi Bear cartoon show :-).
This is so gorgeous. Those reflections carrying the tree lines through the water make this really special.