TWT Travel Binder: Wyoming

We traveled to Jackson Hole, Grand Teton and Yellowstone for our 9th anniversary in August 2008.
We’d love to return to see the whole gorgeous area blanketed in wintry snow.

Here are some resources to help you plan your own “travels with two” to Wyoming. 

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TWT Travel Binder: Montana

Back in late June 2005, we met up with friends at Glacier National Park
and visually gorged ourselves on massive, snowy mountains,
rushing waterfalls, lush forest hikes
…and even a bear.

We’d love to return to Montana and work our way through the foodie heaven of Bozeman,
then drive the Beartooth Scenic Highway to see more of Big Sky Country.

Here are some resources to help you plan your own “travels with two” to Montana.

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The (Steamy) Heart of Yellowstone

Geyser Hill, Yellowstone National Park

Encompassing over 2.2 million acres and almost 3500 square miles, the geological wonder known as Yellowstone National Park is truly and absolutely huge. It takes up a large chunk of northwestern Wyoming, as well as a scoche of Idaho to the west and Montana to the north.

I point this out because in one eight-hour day, we did a loop around the center of the park, seeing only a fraction of this national treasure. To do Yellowstone properly, you need four days to a week; one day will only scratch the hot, ashy surface. [Read more…]