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Welcome to Yellowstone

Welcome to Yellowstone

Welcome to Yellowstone

Reunions are a great way to reach back and touch history, to relive old times, and relate to those who shared it. One of the best times in my life occurred in 1973. I had just finished college and had plans to be married the following year. Little did I realize that spending the following several months living and working in Yellowstone National Park would be so important in my life on many levels. I was able to go off on my own, to grow up just enough more that I was set and confident to begin my life as an adult. I got back to the basics  with everything Mother Nature had to share in a place where steam and energy flowed from underground in an astounding array of thermal features against a backdrop of western landscapes full of wildlife. And then there were my friends. We explored and sought adventure while we worked hard and partied hearty. To this day, we are still close.

SavagesIt is amazing to us that we have reached the 40th Anniversary of our first year in Yellowstone. The reunions began at around our 20th Anniversary. We’ve always been inspired to try new things whenever we gather to celebrate Nature’s Wonderland in Yellowstone, and our friendships. This time, we rented a beautiful, spacious log home near the park which comfortably accommodated our group of seven. We cooked all of our meals allowing us to relax, visit, and enjoy the surroundings.

Our gathering was a great way to reach back and enjoy history while making more of our own. I wrote a book about our year in Yellowstone entitled, A Yellowstone Savage: Life In Nature’s Wonderland. For the 40th Anniversary, I totally revised the original publication and reproduced it in e-book format, for a new age. Who knows what will be next for the Yellowstone Savages.

A Yellowstone Savagehttp://www.amazon.com/Yellowstone-Savage-Natures-Wonderland-ebook/dp/B00CTSA7BI/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1369061111&sr=1-4&keywords=A+Yellowstone+Savage

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Posted by on September 24, 2013 in Family history, Western history, Western Travel

 

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