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Black Hills National Forest

In the western South Dakota and northeastern Wyoming, there stands a forest covering over a 1.2 million acres of hills and mountain lands. Rugged rock…

Devils Tower National Monument

Bear Lodge. Bear's Tipi. Tree Rock, Grey Butte. Aloft on a Rock. Bear's House. Bear's Lair. Home of the Bears. Mythic-owl Mountain. Ghost Mountian. Over…

Deadwood

I have never been an aficionado of the old west. While I've enjoyed my share of spaghetti westerns, I've never seriously studied the history and…

Pirates vs. Wenches

Ere we set forth from the shores of Wyoming proper, Trail an' meself set our eyes on a bit o sport in the landlocked port…

Yellowstone Lake

When Hitch and I set out to take a tour of Yellowstone Lake, we invited our friend, Luis, from Seattle. We drove 20 miles south…

Canyon District in Yellowstone National Park

"Yellowstone" originated from a term used by Minnetaree Tribe to describe Yellowstone River: "Mi tse a-da-zi," which literally translates to "Rock Yellow River." French Tappers…

Yellowstone: Roosevelt-Tower Area

On our driving tour of the Grand Loop, we decided to take a late morning brunch at Roosevelt Lodge upon reaching the Eastern half of…

Yellowstone: Norris Geyser Basin

Norris Geyser Basin first came to my attention when my newsfeed presented me with an article about a man who fell into a hot spring…

Yellowstone: Upper Geyser Basin

When I think Yellowstone I instantly think of Old Faithful, but the park is much more than just the one geyser. Earth harbors only about…

Yellowstone: Mammoth Hot Springs

Fissures,¬†Faults & Water Angry steam billows upward in white plumes from bubbling rusty orange puddles swirled in limestone white, while an acrid rotten-egg smell of…

First Day at Yellowstone

We decided to stay at Yellowstone National Park for a full month. It is America's first national park and covers more than 2 million acres.¬†Chances…

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