Tagged: Yellowstone National Park

Trees of Yellowstone

Trees of YellowstoneThere is something about these trees of Yellowstone, some literally cooked alive on thermal grounds, where the soil temperature could reach almost 100°C, some suffocated from minerals, which have hardened in their ‘veins’, fatally blocking the absorption of water and nutrients, and some still alive.

Yellowstone Bisons

Yellowstone Bisons

Once in Yellowstone, the first thing you bump into will almost certainly be a bison. Or bisons, a lot of bisons, as with the herd of more than 4.000 pieces they’re literarily everywhere.

Road to Yellowstone: me watching the supplies

Road to Yellowstone: first night

At the first night we’ve ended up at the Angels Camp (and I mean the camp, not the city, although I have to confess that the road took us first to some of the city’s bar for the local beer degustation).

Grazing Yellowstone Elk with its mighty antlers

Yellowstone, USA

That was the first time when me and my best friend decided not to plan our trip though the U.S. in advance (which we normally do when I come over visiting him and his lovely girlfriend). Actually, it was his idea: just hit the road and see where it’ll take us