We got a great view of the four presidents at this historic site.
A dry and hot hill in the middle of nowhere but full of history. We enjoyed learning more about Custer’s last stand.
This guy didn’t seem to mind the traffic pouring past him at all!
These are some of the famous hot springs of Yellowstone National Park.
We didn’t get to see any Redwoods but we did get to see some big cedars in Mount Rainier National Park.
We visited Mount St Helens National Volcanic Monument. It erupted May 18th 1980. My parents have a picture of our car covered with ash from the eruption. At the time we were on furlough in British Columbia and I was about five years old. Our kids had fun learning all about it.
Over the last few days the kids were thrilled to see some leftover snow in the mountains that hadn’t melted yet.