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  1. So many great tips and resources! Thanks for sharing! One thing I love about moving around a lot with the Army is being close to so many cool sites to visit! Blessings!

  2. That looks like an amazing and memorable trip! You took so many good photos of the wildlife and nature. Makes me want to take a trip to Yellowstone with my family before my daughters graduate from high school!

  3. What a fun and beautiful trip… and the memories you have made will be precious for a lifetime. We always traveled a lot with our little ones and it was hard many times, but we sure don’t regret it! :)

  4. Looks amazing! Yellowstone is one of those places I’ve a;ways wanted to visit. But with five kiddos, it just isn’t economically feasible to make the trip all the way from Texas. Oh well…here’s to living vicariously!

  5. Beautiful pix! We went from Atlanta out west last summer to Yosemite and now I’m wanting to go to Yellowstone too. My kids are almost grown, but we had a blast before and your pix make me want to start planning right now! Thanks for the post!

  6. I’m so glad I found this post! We live in western South Dakota and are planning a trip out to Yellowstone, so this is all very helpful. I especially love the books and resources- we homeschool and wanted to include as much educational materials as we could find. Thanks so much for putting this together!
    (Found you at the Grace & Truth link-up)

  7. It’s amazing how silly people get when exposed to wildlife. Getting out of your car to chase a baby bear. SMH!

    Looks like a lovely trip, with plenty of fun and learning.

    Thanks for sharing on #FridayFrivolity

  8. Jennifer – LOL I love your favorite memory was of your son and his potty moment! That is what memories and trips with family are all about. We got to do Yellowstone 1 day as we were traveling through Wyoming and I was amazed at the stupidity of people too , getting out of their car to chase buffalo! I mean, come on people, it’s not as if they weren’t wandering all over the road in several places. The one thing we did not see – a moose. My daughter so wanted to see a moose, but we never did, so when we got home we took her to Cabella’s .. hahaha she said later, that’s not the same thing as seeing a live one mom !

    I am so very glad to have you joining the #TuneInThursday community each week thank you!

    • Oh, my eldest daughter still complains she didn’t see a moose! We were told by the rangers that we had to get up veeeerrry early and sit quietly near the marshes at Teton or the rivers at Yellowstone and she wasn’t willing to do that.

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