Exploring the geysers and pools of Biscuit Basin!

Biscuit Basin, like the other basins, showcase many geysers and pools with a boardwalk to use for viewing them. This one in particular runs next to the Firehole River and has these biscuit-like deposits from which it gets its name!

The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone!

We woke up super early to go to Hayden Valley to view wildlife, but with rain and thunderstorms all morning long, we saw nothing! So, on to the next best thing nearby, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone! This is where you can view the iconic Upper and Lower Falls.

Exploring West Thumb Basin on our way back to camp.

First day in Yellowstone was spent checking into camp and grabbing a few things from the general store. But on the way back to camp in the evening, we decided to explore West Thumb Basin nearby Grant Village. We were lucky enough to also see an elk walk through the area!

The first U.S. national park, Yellowstone National Park!

After about 20 hours of driving from Minnesota, we finally arrived in Yellowstone National Park! The next few days of being here would be spent relaxing, exploring the various sites, looking for wildlife, and disconnecting ourselves from society for the moment.

Up early to Devils Tower just in time for sunrise!

It’s time to make the drive to Yellowstone on the 2nd day of our All-American road trip, but before that we’re stopping at Devils Tower first after we enter Wyoming! Devils Tower is the very first U.S. national monument established by President Theodore Roosevelt back on September 24th, 1906!