RV Trip Part 5: Yellowstone National Park


It was our wish to visit Yellowstone Park since a long time. It was breathtaking and I simply could not believe how many completely different landscapes there are!












Love and Liefs, Johanna



41 thoughts on “RV Trip Part 5: Yellowstone National Park

  1. SO much fabulousness! I’m amazed at the variety in the photos–and all gorgeous! I love the picture with your shadows and the foggy, misty one and . . . all of them!

  2. Thanks for sharing. I’m eager to go back to Yellowstone and Grand Teton parks. I’ve already started a persuasion campaign to convince Jim we need to drive to see our son next summer. Son lives in Washington. Oh the things we could do along the way and back! I think the whole trip might take 3 or 4 weeks, not including visiting Son!

  3. Beautiful photos, Johanna! I have not been to Yellowstone since I was a child. I do not remember it being so stunning or all the variance in landscapes. Thank you so much for sharing! 🙂

    • Jill…you have to go backThat was what overwhelmed us most…the different landscapes. We would turn a corner and be completely ‘somewhere else again’ it felt almost like time traveling!

  4. Johanna, the pictures are just so breath-taking. Yellowstone looks like such beautiful place to visit, and I would like to see it some day. Fascinating fact is that many scientists consider it to be a “supervolcano” – which basically means it is exceptionally huge and holds a lot of power. The caldera is now measured at 30X45 miles. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

    • Thank you Carina! And indeed it is actually one big vulcano , seeing all the geysers and hot springs and mud springs was so special, like the grumbling of dragons underneath our feet. One day it is supposed to erupt again…luckily not in our vacation ;0)
      We had a lovely Thanksgiving in Toronto Canada, with our boys and now we are back in Ohio again and waiting for American Thanksgiving ;0) xo Johanna

    • Thanks George! We did make some awesome hikes. However the plan is to go back to yellow Stone and indeed hike there for a week or more. I always think, that hiking is the best way to experience nature!

  5. How come I missed so much natural beauty,dear Johanna!Masterful photography,sceneries that take the breath away,my friend!Loved those shadow-figures included in the rocky scape!Happy Tuesday,my friend!Hugs for the day 🙂 xxx

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