Here's a photo of LaVon and I at Yellowstone's "Grand Canyon", where you can see the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River. This was the first time I'd ever visited that part of the park, and I finally realized how the park got its name.....from the color of the walls of that there canyon!
A little ways north of Rexburg and Ashton, you can visit two gorgeous waterfalls on the Henry's Fork river. Here's a video of the lovely Upper Mesa Falls:
Here's a shot of LaVon chatting with David.
The next day, we explored Yellowstone National Park. I hadn't been there since the forest fires in 1988, and so I was interested to see lots of new young trees amid the tall toothpick-like older burnt trees that were still standing.
We next made our way to Yellowstone's "Grand Canyon" where we visited the Upper Falls of the Yellowstone river.
As we made our way towards Old Faithful, we stopped to see this interesting "Churning Cauldron" at the Mud Volcano area that is along the way: