There were approximately 850 photographs taken on my cameras in the span of my Wyoming adventure. I am spending gobs of time going through them, cropping, crediting, editing, arranging, and putting them in an album. Don't worry, you sure won't have to deal with 850 of them. Many get tossed. But I'm only up to the morning of the 18th (meaning we've barely set foot in Yellowstone) in the world of photos, so it'll take a while longer to finish. And I'm not going to blog about the trip til the photos are up.
But here are some other pics in the mean time... The evening before I left, Angus found a turtle in the yard. I was out feeding horses when he went tearing off across the yard barking at what appeared to be a rock from my vantage point. Nope, turtle. How it managed to actually get into the yard I'm not sure. Of course I had to take some photos. Homer (cat) was fairly horrified by it. I took it back out to the creek behind the barn, and though I stood with turtle in one hand and camera in the other, it slid back into the water quicker than you can "turtle butt."