No, unfortunately, I haven't uploaded my 11 rolls of film of my summer at Yellowstone, so I borrowed that image. I understand your love for the area, as I found the entire experience beyond my wildest imaginings. To top off the summer, we went camping at Craters of the Moon, Idaho, so I had a first hand opp to see the hot spot trail leading up to its current position. I saw so many geological features I never dreamed that I would ever see. While my friends were oohing and ahing over the waterfalls and mountains of rhyolite, I was noting the extent of past eruptions, areas of glaciation, and the cyanobacteria in the geyser pools. Once a geek, forever a geek. lol
Despite my penchant for watching anything blow up (in nature, mind), Yellowstone is one place I hope never pops its proverbial cork again. The natural history and geological record is so rich that one could spend several lifetimes deciphering its processes.
On Mon, Dec 30, 2013 at 5:27 PM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Your welcome! Did you take the picture of the Yellowstone Hot Springs? I lived in Jackson Hole near the Grand Tetons for 30+ summers and visited Yellowstone many times.