Author Archives: Melinda Rowe
We didn’t spend as much time in the Grand Teton National Park, though next time around we will definitely expand our explorations of this spectacular area. We got to view the Tetons from many different… continue reading »
Mud Volcano Area, includes Dragon’s Mouth Spring – interesting to see, but not one I have to see again. If you are short on time, skip this area.
Old Faithful – isn’t quite as… continue reading »
Bison, Elk, Moose, Birds, Wolves, and Bear
Haydn Valley – our absolute FAVORITE spot. My husband and I visited this valley in the early afternoon and found a tiny herd of Bison. The next… continue reading »
Yellowstone is without a doubt my most favorite place to visit. The scenery is simply breathtaking.
Gibbon Falls Trail – nice short trail with waterfall views.
Brink of Upper Falls –… continue reading »
In preparing for our visit, I felt it important to find the best accommodations possible based on what we wanted to see. Yellowstone is quite vast at 2,000,000 miles, so we knew we would be… continue reading »
Follow the speed limits, signs, and rules regarding distances to animals at all times. The parks are amazing; however, if you don’t follow the rules you or the animals can get hurt. The animals are… continue reading »
What one was better? If you only had time to see only one park what one should you choose? I must say if you are traveling that far and with the parks so close together… continue reading »
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Karen Chircop or Lorna Elve, Witte Travel & Tours
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This cruise has something for everyone, whether you are part of Generation X, Baby Boomers, or beyond. You can join in as many walking tours and excursions as you want and truly “custom” design your… continue reading »