Postcard From The USA – Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Grizzly

Yellowstone was designated as a National Park in 1872 when President Ulysses S Grant signed a new law ordering ‘the tract of land lying near the headwaters of the Yellowstone River to be set apart as a public park’ and in so doing it became the first National Park in the USA and indeed the world.

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12 responses to “Postcard From The USA – Yellowstone National Park

  1. It is certainly magnificent.


  2. Your usual feast of fab photos bringing the place alive


  3. Marvellous!


  4. Peggy worked at Yellowstone in the lodge as a waitress while she was in college, Andrew. I’ve been there several times. Always beautiful. And it is amazing how fast it recovered from the devastating fire. –Curt


    • I have read reports that it is a whole lot busier these days and a lot of folk are complaining about that.
      Was that the wooden lodge that is built like a Cathedral?


      • She was there temporarily but worked at a less formal restaurant most of her time there. Overcrowding at the more popular national parks such a Yellowstone, the Grand Canyon and Yosemite is becoming overcrowded like it is at popular European destinations, Andrew. It is a real issue. Maybe we should be glad for all of the traveling we did earlier. I can still put on a backpack and escape most of the crowds. 🙂

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  5. Interesting . . . the viewing area visible on the left side of the waterfall photo must have been removed as it doesn’t show up in any of my photos. My first visit there was in 2002, but most of the access to the canyon was closed off as they were redoing stuff. It wasn’t until my 2015 trip that I got a good view of the canyon and the waterfal.


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