During my road trip move from TX to central WA, I made Yellowstone National Park one of my stops along the way. Of course, it was summertime, probably the worst time in the world to visit that particular park. I couldn’t find a parking space at Upper Geyser Basin (and those of you who have gone there know how big that parking lot is) so, disgruntled, I drove on toward Gardiner, my hotel stay for the night. On the way, I saw the turnoff to Biscuit Basin and decided to try my luck there. A car was backing out of a small parking space so I quickly squeezed my own little car in. The landscape in this show was one of the first sights that greeted my eyes as I headed toward the boardwalk. The geology of Yellowstone never fails to amaze me.
I’m heading back there this fall and can’t wait!
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2 responses to “Biscuit Basin Landscape”
Becky, I look forward to hearing about your fall visit to Yellowstone, since I hope to visit there one fall in the future.
Sometimes the less advertised places are actually the prettiest. Crazy how busy everyplace is getting these days, I guess with all of our sharing of pictures and encouraging people to get out in nature it worked too well 😂.
You’re moving to Washington? Wow! I knew you loved it up here