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  1. Erin
    Thursday, July 16, 2020 @ 1:15 PM

    Eek! So sad Yellowstone has turned into an amusement park. But glad you checked off and loved seeing the Tetons! Looks like you saw an Elk in the photo! Did you see/get a pic of the moose? Not sure what my weirdest thing I’ve had but alligator on a stick from the MN state fair comes to mind haha!

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  2. Sister/cousin/chimchimbubblechunks
    Wednesday, July 15, 2020 @ 11:56 AM

    The first thing that came to mind for me was eating a Lobster roll in Maine! They’re so delicious & It’s such a New England answer so it seems appropriate since you’re going to be a New Englander. <3

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    • ॐ KConn
      Wednesday, July 15, 2020 @ 9:35 PM

      OH my gosh, I can’t wait to go to Maine for a lobstahhh roll… ayuh?? 🙂

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  3. Linda F Mulhall
    Wednesday, July 15, 2020 @ 8:03 AM

    Love Yellowstone and Grand Tetons. Hard to believe those Grand teton mountains, isn’t it? Yellowstone…Wow! Met a full size bison as we drove back to our hotel one evening. The herd was crossing the road to their night time pasture. Had traffic at a dead stop. We were creeping along when this gigantic bull bison stepped up onto the road in front of our very large Ford F250 truck and walked across the front of it. We were in awe! Then it turned and walked down the side of the truck right past my passenger window! We were eye to eye and it was a magical moment! There is nothing to compare these prehistoric beasts to normal life! I knew in that moment that if he chose to attack our truck he could have taken it apart in a heartbeat. Eye to eye! God bless them. Loved it that the new crop of calves were all red too. We also had a private viewing of Old Faithful because we were sitting there coffee and donut in hand very early in the morning with what we thought would be another half hour wait when she blew! Wonderfully special. Did you notice how all the vents around the valley were starting to steam a few minutes before she blew? Kind of expected a dinosaur or two to step out of the trees.

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    • ॐ KConn
      Wednesday, July 15, 2020 @ 8:41 AM

      Wow….. Linda! What an unbelievable story. It sounds like you had a MUCH more intimate experience with Yellowstone than we did. I cannot believe the bull bison! We didn’t encounter any wildlife in Yellowstone, possibly due to the crowds and our short time in the park. The whole ecosystem surrounding Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons was other worldly. The Grand Tetons are SO prominent. I’ll have to go back to this area some day 🙂

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