(left) Lake Hotel, Yellowstone's oldest standing hotel, was
once a plain boxlike structure until transformed by architect
Robert Reamer into a colonial showplace.
(below) Looking through one of the ornate front windows of
Elk graze along the Madison River.
Across the river are trees charred by the
1988 fires, with a new generation of
Beaver Ponds as seen
from the Beaver Ponds
Trail that winds north from
Mammoth Hot Springs.
Punch Bowl Spring. located in
the Upper Geyser Basin.
|(right) Mountain (or Bighorn) sheep,
seen near Dunraven Pass.
(below) Tower Fall,
as seen from the trail
leading to its base.
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