Snapshot Tuesday: hot spring in Yellowstone National Park

photo from Yellowstone National Park

Hot spring from Yellowstone National Park

National Park Service: Hot Springs and how they work

A few summers ago, we took a family vacation to Wyoming to visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, plus an afternoon and evening in Jackson Hole.  Lots of hot springs and geyser activity in Yellowstone, where we learned that we were touring above one of the world’s supervolcanoes, the Yellowstone caldera. What would happen if …..

There was a recent earthquake and some animal migrations that had the ‘Net buzzing with speculation that the supervolcano was going to blow … the USGS say that it’s business as usual at Yellowstone, that the accounts are exaggerated.

So I dug up a snapshot from that trip in honor of Snapshot Tuesday.  Enjoy!

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2 thoughts on “Snapshot Tuesday: hot spring in Yellowstone National Park

    • Not much to tell – When I’m blogging regularly, I post a photo on Tuesday. Usually not much text or many links, but today was thinking about Yellowstone when I posted. And I call it “Snapshot Tuesday” – just a random feature. But you can click on the category “Snapshot Tuesday” and see the photos I’ve posted as part of the feature over the years. Enjoy!

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