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We’re actually just East of Cody, Wyoming, passing through Bureau of Land Management property at Red Canyon today. Our family is visiting Cody and the Buffalo Bill Museum, Irma Hotel and other historic places here. However, on the way through Red Canyon, they spotted a partial herd of Wild Mustangs. There are estimated to be about 50 to 60 horses in the herd but about 20 in this small group. Enjoy these photos of one of the oldest wild animals on the Continent.

Someone apparently did something they shouldn’t have….

And one more from outside of the park yesterday…..Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep…

Back in Yellowstone National Park and Yellowstone Lake…

Our family fondly calls this Bison Sauna…

The historic Yellowstone Hotel was built in 1891 and redesigned and expanded in 1903 by architect Robert Reamer. It was extensively renovated and restored in 2014. A very nice place to stay!

There is a lounge and somewhere there is a fireplace you can sit and read near…

At the West Thumb, you will come across some of the many unique pools Yellowstone is famous for….Black Pool

Bluebelle Pool…

Abyss Pool…

Just West of Cody is this unique house that never seems to get quite finished…

Heading back toward Jackson at the Jenny Lake Visitor Center they spotted this moose…

We hope you enjoyed our Mother’s Day Weekend at Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding area.  Happy Mother’s Day to all moms, gramas, aunts and single dads.

 

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