Yellowstone National Park is our last stop before we head back home to Las Vegas. I have been to Yellowstone several times in years past, always during the summer months, and each time I was in awe of this beautiful National Park. And this time was no exception.
We left Billings the morning of April 27 headed West on I-90 to Bozeman. However, we made a detour to Helena to have some lunch at the "Brewhouse Pub and Grill" with my long time friend of 36 years, Tina and her daughter Ria.
We then made our way back down to Bozeman and headed to West Yellowstone via highway 191. It seemed that our next day here would be very promising because we had already seen a buffalo!
We woke up to snow the next morning! Certain that the park would be closed today, we took a chance and drove to the entrance, and much to our surprise, it was open! Some road closures of course, but not where we wanted to go today. We decided we would drive the 49 miles to the Mammoth area and along the way we did see some beautiful sites.
The next morning we woke up to this............