More Vacation

Too many wonders. Not enough words. I took hundreds of pictures in Yellowstone. Here’s one:
We camped there, in the Norris Campground, for two nights. We saw as much as we could, but you could spend a lifetime exploring that place and never see all there is to see. Old Faithful is a must, of course.
My favorite place in the park was the Norris Geyser Basin. It was full of spitting geysers and pearlescent pools.
When we left Yellowstone, we went straight to Grand Teton National Park, which was breathtaking in a whole different way.
We saw potato fields in Idaho and onion fields in Oregon. We saw beautiful parks and waterfalls. Today, we landed in Portland, Oregon. My one goal was to make it to Voodoo Doughnut, but first, we needed to find a parking spot. Portland is a busy city and it wasn’t looking good. We were almost about to give up in despair, when my husband spied it — a spot on the curb, just a few blocks from Voodoo Doughnut.

3 thoughts on “More Vacation

    1. releaf1954 Post author

      We are having a great time. Pat made sure to include Voodoo Doughnut because it was on my bucket list. It was every bit as quirky as I had hoped. We went to Cascade Brewing for him, and then we high-tailed it back to our tree-lined campsite. We are happy campers.


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