Travel Blessings: Lost & Found

If you have ever lost something while travelling, you share a common thread that runs among humanity when something gets lost. It is a sick feeling. A moment of panic. A flush of worry. A simultaneous flood physical and emotional illness. It is bad when you lose something at home; it is worse when you are travelling because of the likelihood that you will be whisked away before the vanished item is recovered.]

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Kepler Cascade : Yellowstone National Park : Day 3

Kepler Cascades, Day 3, July 17, 2015 According to Yellowstone.net, Kepler Cascades is located about two miles south of Old Faithful Village.  The cascades are viewable from a roadside pullout. This three-tiered cascade drops over 50 feet as the Firehole River flows North. The Kepler Cascades were actually named in 1881 for the 12 year old son of Wyoming’s territorial governor, Kepler Hoyt, who toured the park with his father, Governor John Hoyt. Continue reading Kepler Cascade : Yellowstone National Park : Day 3