Is it warm where you are? Because it's not here...while the rest of the country is at the beach, wearing shorts, having BBQ's, we're dealing with snow, snow, and more snow.
Here's a shot from the Hayden Valley today:
This week has found many road closures in the park due to weather. The openings of Dunraven Pass and the Beartooth Highway have been pushed back (6/10 and 6/3). There's a rock slide that has indefinitely closed the road between Mammoth and Tower, isolating the NE corner of the park. The East Entrance is only open between 8 p.m. - 10 a.m. due to Avalanche danger, and the roof of the Fishing Bridge service station recently collapsed under the weight of the snow.
We decided to brave the snow and drove the lower loop today. Steve patiently waited out a snow storm
so that he could jump in the Firehole River for a bit.
I snapped a few pics of an Osprey flying overhead before retreating to the comfort (ie, warmth) of the car.
Yellowstone Lake, still very much frozen.
It's always nice to be out and about in the park, but we're ready for some warmer weather to come our way...