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June 19, 2015

We finally have some better cell phone service, so we wanted to catch you up on some of the pictures that we haven’t been able to post yet!

 

Bull elk at Mammoth

Bull elk at Mammoth

On the top of the world- the Beartooth Absaroka wilderness lies at our feet

On the top of the world- the Beartooth Absaroka wilderness lies at our feet

Our paintings of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

Our paintings of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

 

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

elk antler as a unicorn horn

“He’s a mean one, Mr. Grinch…”

Bear cub

Bear cub

 

Bison skull in Little America

Bison skull in Little America

 

Hiking with Ranger Trudy

Hiking with Ranger Trudy

 

Marmot in the Beartooth Mountains

Marmot in the Beartooth Mountains

 

Bear with two cubs that crossed the road in front of us

Bear with two cubs that crossed the road in front of us

skeletal remains of a bison

Yellowstone CSI with Quinn the wolf biologist

Western tanager

Western tanager

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5 Comments leave one →
  1. June 20, 2015 5:51 am

    Hello Wendy…I am watching and reading and ENJOYING all posts!!!

  2. Spencer dolloff permalink
    June 20, 2015 12:07 pm

    Nice pics. Thank goodness that previous generations at least had some foresight in protecting some of these lands and animals.

  3. Carol Honeycutt permalink
    June 21, 2015 12:53 pm

    Hey Megan, I am so glad you areally having a great time. Can’t wait to see you. Love you. Momma

  4. Dee Dee permalink
    June 21, 2015 2:26 pm

    Coleen – it was so great to talk with you last night about your adventures. The new photos on the blog let me see a newborn bison calf. I couldn’t believe the little guy could walk already. Didn’t it take me about 4 years? The photo of all the teachers artwork was interesting. Which one was yours? No offense ladies, but I wouldn’t quit your day jobs yet… enjoy these last days in Yellowstone and start thinking about when you can return! Dee Dee

  5. Arne permalink
    June 21, 2015 11:35 pm

    well ladies it looks as if you’re having a wonderful time. The pictures truly glorify the nature that you behold each day. I do recommend that each and every one of you lobby to the governor your congressman and representatives to get art back in the schools. I enjoyed your art but just think of it if you had had more education. Sayonara, Arne

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