The world's and America's first national park is worth the trip even if just for a day or two. Bring a camera and lots of film (ok, a big memory card) to capture the fantastic scenery here. Also your own "Pic-A-Nic Basket" would be nice. Despite what you might have seen or heard bears are not that fond of sharing.
In Search Of "Pic-A-Nic Baskets". A Day In Yellowstone.
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