Back from my blogging hiatus! I know, one of my new year resolutions (as i announced here) was to blog more consistently....who else already forgot their new year resolutions? Hehe.
I'm finally posting about my Yellowstone trip from way back in September :D The thing about posting late is that it's difficult to remember the names of all the places that we visited. September was the end of the season and the park closed for the year the day we left - so crowds were thin and there was high chance of bad weather. But we were lucky! There were only light showers, and we saw so many animals! Yellowstone and its neighbour Grand Teton National Parks are truly a wonder to explore.
Scroll on for amazing vistas:
One of the many crystal clear lakes at Grand Teton
So serene. Until I asked to get my photo taken :D
We found some really friendly horses at a ranch somewhere in the park..
This view from Jackson Lake Lodge lobby/bar area, where we stayed for 1 night. It looks like a painting.
Below are some of the animals that we spotted in Grand Teton/Yellowstone! We also saw coyote and foxes!
At Yellowstone, we stayed at the cozy Canyon Lodge.
Just admire the views
And I leave you with this stunning sunrise from the top of Mt Washburn (which we started hiking to at 5am in pitch darkness and freezing cold!).