After all the hustle and bustle of Christmas, it was time to take some time off and take a trip. We usually take an annual trip to Yellowstone National Park this time of year, and this year was no exception. If you've been to Yellowstone National Park in the summer, it is almost like a different park in the winter. All the grass is covered with a blanket of snow and frost glistens everywhere.
My husband enjoys photography and had quite a day shooting animals and landscapes. Here are are few of my favorites.
Emigrant Peak, just north of the park boundary.
This is an area in the north-east corner of Yellowstone National Park. The creek is Soda Butte Creek on the edge of Round Prairie.
A Little farther upstream of Soda Butte Creek, is this view of Barronette Peak.
Big Horn Sheep, just north of the park boundary.
Gray Wolves near Soda Butte in the Lamar Valley. They crossed the highway fairly close to us and it was quite amazing to see such beautiful animals.
That's all for now as we close out another year. Happy New Year to all and see you next year with more crafts and projects!