After leaving the AMK Ranch on Sunday morning, the five of us all piled into the Jetta wagon and drove into Yellowstone. We saw Old Faithful, Biscuit Basin, Grand Prismatic, and Fountain Paint Pots. We went back toward GTNP to get Dan’s car, then drove 30 miles east into the mountains to for our stay in a cabin at Togwotee Mountain Lodge. At this point, I was really struggling with the altitude, so I took a nap before meeting everyone for dinner at the Red Fox Saloon. We visited the hot tub, got a good night’s sleep, and were ready to head our separate ways in the morning. Katie and Matt and Dan headed east toward Dubois (and promptly saw a moose and a bear) while Nat and I started our drive home through Yellowstone. We went to Old Faithful again, did the walk to Artist Paintpots, and walked around Norris Geyser Basin. On our way out of the park we saw one bison, pretty much the only wildlife seen on our visit (unless you count the ravens I became obsessed with). We drove to Coeur d’Alene and spent the night in a cabin at the campground my dad and I stayed at in the summer (saw a lil bunny right outside the cabin’s window in the morning) and got home on Tuesday evening. It was a whirlwind trip – 2,300 miles in six days! But I’m glad we did it.