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I get the call of the wild every summer. Yellowstone calls me like no where else. I feel so lucky to live so close. It is the only place I actually like tourists. Yesterday at our campsite we had Koreans on the left and West Virginians on the right. The W. Virginians drive 32 hours to get there and they come often. The Koreans saw that we were from Utah and in broken english asked if we were Mormons. She about blew a gasket when she found out we were. They have a son on a mission in Seoul Korea but they live in Arizona. I told them that Korean food was my favorite food and the next thing I know she was gathering a bag full of fine Korean food which became our lunch that afternoon. Yes, Korean food is awesome and underrated too.
Anyway, this was an epic trip with my family. You can spend a lifetime there and still discover new things. Only 10% is really seen by tourists. In the last decade 1,500 new waterfalls have been discovered that no one knew about and they are still finding them. We found a waterfall out in the middle of the forest that was safe to swim in for all ages. It is hidden and you have to walk across a river on a fallen tree to get there so it is hard to find.We swam in it and cleaned up under the falls. It was like a hidden paradise. It will likely remain that way.
We are going back in September for a wedding I have in Jackson Hole and we will be doing support for my friends doing LOTOJA. We are going to do our family pictures by this scene below with the little stream.
These pictures were taken on the road between Madison and Old Faithful early morning.