Happy Birthday Yellowstone!

It was on this day 144 years ago that Yellowstone was designated by Congress as a national park.  This oldest national park covers more than two million acres and lies in three states.

Yellowstone entrance

As some of you may remember, my husband and I, and a couple of our daughters, went on a trip a few years ago that included our first visit to Yellowstone.  I kept a journal of our trip and thought you might enjoy reminiscing with me about the Yellowstone part of our trip.

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The arch into Yellowstone gives a little peek of the waterfalls collaged on the next page:

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This pocket keeps a paper with all the details about the Sapphire pool.

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If you lift up on the butterfly, the map raises in a spiral cut to reveal another image below.

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Tea bag envelopes were saved to make the pockets for this matching game about the animals of Yellowstone.

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Nothing special about this page but the incredible photos!

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And of course, no Yellowstone trip journal would be complete without a pop up page of Old Faithful!

I am already thinking about how I want to record our next trip!  What is your favorite way to journal while you travel?

 

 

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  1. I usually just write about my trips and have hundreds of photos, but I love this way of journalling a trip!

    • I did about 90% of it WHILE we were on the trip. So great to have it actually done instead of a good intention when we get home!

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