This was our drive from Bozeman, Montana, to the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park. We had just passed through a pretty serious thunderstorm on the drive and as we neared the park we had this incredible view of the storm dissipating and sunlight dappling the valley between the mountains. I love how everyone has a different experience in travel. No one else has this same picture of this spot because weather and seasons are ever changing.
Nearing sunset on our last day at Yellowstone National Park last July. We were leaving the park, heading toward Cody, Wyoming, and this was the view back across beautiful Yellowstone Lake toward the mountains. Yellowstone truly is a national treasure.
A mountain view driving between Belfry, Montana, and Red Lodge, Montana. There were some gorgeous views along the way. Red Lodge was a great town. It made me think of a small Bozeman. We had fantastic pizza there before heading back to the ranch for the night.