It’s fitting that our final moments in Yellowstone would be seeing such things as another wonderful waterfall. Our guide was so adept at bringing us to these places when few or no other people were there. These majestic places always have an impact and fewer people makes the experience all the more powerful. Here’s all of us in front of the falls. The way back took us through some narrow canyons. Much to our surprise (and not seen in this photo) a bobcat was seen…he’s actually under the log in the picture. Later on he became more visible but was too far away for my camera. Next we saw several coyotes. This was a great experience for us all. The other side of the river had elk on the bank. The last glance of the park this year looked like this. The next day before left town we visited the starting line of dog sled races that were going on. People brought their dog teams from all over. The dogs were so excited to get going. This was their starting pointbut it was our exit…goodbye Yellowstone our old friend.