Updated: Nov 22, 2020
Now we all know that this year has been especially difficult for travel content creators. With shutdowns, closures, and stay at home orders most have rerouted to quarantine blogging/vlogging. As things begin to open up again I'm sure each content creator will get back out there on their own time and ability.
That being said, I'm feeling pretty blessed right now to live in a state where I can explore and still stay socially distant. In fact, I think that's the whole point of travel in the Wild West: getting away from people! So I won't be slowing down anytime soon! 😊
Without further ado, here is my 2020 Travel Bucket List...
2020 Travel Bucket List
Yellowstone National Park
Grand Teton National Park
Lewis and Clark Caverns
Camping Louis Lake, WY
Hiking Popo Agie Falls
Exploring the full length of the Oregon Trail in WY
Guernsey State Park
The Medicine Wheel
That might look like a shortlist, but it's a lot to see in the remaining two months of summer! Let's see how much I really get to before the weather turns cold again and the winter adventures begin!
Now as promised, the answer to our Tourist Tuesday question:
In National Parks and Forests, the animals are wild. This means that the Park staff are not responsible for when or where you encounter the animals. You are responsible for maintaining a safe distance and enjoying whatever wildlife you come across! This is also true for State Parks and Forests. Adventure responsibly!
What place are you most excited to visit this summer? Do you have a favorite animal to see in Yellowstone?
Thank you, fellow adventurers! You can follow the lilmissbearpaw blog page on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter @lilmissbearpaw for sneak peeks into upcoming posts and my adventures. This will also be a great place to share your own adventures!