|Twenty West - the great road across America by Mac Nelson|
"Nelson is in good company as numerous legendary Americans once called the highway home. It was on US-20 that he watched Satchel Paige play ball at Chicago’s Wrigley Field as a child. Reclusive celebrated poet Emily Dickinson penned her poems at the family home, “The Homestead,” in Amherst, fifty miles from the great road’s beginnings in Boston. Stretching some 3,300 miles, from Boston to Newport, Oregon, US-20 stops a mere one mile from the Pacific Ocean. Historically, its east-to-west direction fits as explorers tended to go west. Even Henry David Thoreau once said, “Eastward I go only by force; westward I go free.” Go westward Nelson does. From New York state to Yellowstone National Park, Nelson visits the ridiculous and the sublime, from battle sites to Mount Rushmore to Carhenge, “a classic, unique, absurd American parody of Stonehenge…” Review by: Virginia Waters (ForeWord Magazine).
|Yellowstone's Rebirth by Fire by Karen Reinhart|
Yellowstone's Rebirth by Fire
“An important, interpretive new book with stunning photographs, issued during the twentieth anniversary year of the Yellowstone fires.”
|Old Faithful Inn - Crown Jewel of National Park Lodges by Karen Reinhart|
Old Faithful Inn - Crown Jewel of National Park Lodges
Yellowstone lovers and Old Faithful Inn lovers alike will be thrilled with this beautiful book. There are many breathtaking pictures throughout this book and along with the written text, they capture the essence of what Yellowstone is about. As you read through the pages of this beautifully done book, you can feel the love of the park that these two talented people have. You too will find a feeling of awe and grandeur associated with Yellowstone. The more you read and learn about this magnificent park, the more you will come to love and appreciate it's uniqueness and special qualities.
|Biscuits, Bears & Broncs – Not Your Ordinary Cookbook by Cheryl Standish|
“Biscuits, Bears & Broncs – Not Your Ordinary Cookbook” by Cheryl Standish is a delightful book. The stories told of this unique Montana family are told in a down to earth and humorous voice. The recipes are mouth watering and go along with the family stories wonderfully. Truly a cookbook every kitchen and storyteller should have, a real gem!
|A Yellowstone Savage - Life In Nature's Wonderland by Joyce B. Lohse|
Very well written book! If you are a Savage (former Yellowstone worker), or planning to work in Yellowstone or if you are interested in Yellowstone, this book is chock full of experiences, history, tales, pictures, drawings and much more. Reading this book sure made me homesick for the park!
|Yellowstone Wolves - A Chronicle of the Animal, the People, and the Politics by Cat Urbigkit|
"Yellowstone Wolves" provides a unique perspective on what is one of the most visible and contentious wildlife management experiments taking place in the American West today. It is a review of the discovery, persecution, and possible survival of the native wolves of the northern Rocky Mountains of the United States; it is a detailed chronicle of the debate over the legality and propriety of introducing wolves from Canada into Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho during the mid-1990s; and it is an account of the spread of the released Canadian wolves from Yellowstone and central Idaho into surrounding areas and the tensions created by these movements. Most of all, "Yellowstone Wolves" is a passionate and fact-filled illustration of the raging interplay that can develop among the many diverse interests that vest in experiments of this type. Insights gained from "Yellowstone Wolves" will be of value for dealing with innumerable other issues, environmental and beyond, where multiple perspectives converge, conflict, and demand and deserve sober, intelligent, and candid resolution.
|I n d e x|
|Adult Programs||Entrances||Night of the Bear||Visitor Centers|
|Amphibians||Entrance Fees||Old Faithful Live WebCam||Visitor Stats|
|Animals||Facts & Figures||Pets||Volcano Observatory|
|Backcountry||Fall Closure||Phone Numbers||Waterfalls|
|Bear Management||Fish||Picnic Areas||Weather|
|Bear Sightings||Fishing Fees||Pikas||WebCams|
|Biking||Fishing Regulations||Ranger Led Activities||Wildflowers|
|Birds||Getting Here||Reptiles||Winter Closing|
|Books||History||Rivers, Creeks & Streams||Winter Weather Reports|
|Butterflies||Junior Ranger Program||Roads||Wolf Project|
|Campground Maps||Location||Search Page||Wolverine Help|
|Challenges||Lodging||Spring Opening||Yellowstone ~ the Name|
|Chat Page or Facebook Group||Lynx Help||Star Talks||Young Scientist|
|Clinics / Medical||Mammal List||Trip Planner pdf||Youth Conservation Corps|
|Yellowstone National Park WebCams|
|Old Faithful Live||All Old Faithful||Old Faithful Static||Old Faithful VC||North Entrance||Mt Washburn||Mammoth||YVO WebCam|
|Entrance Cities and Gateway Towns|
|Gardiner, Montana||Silver Gate, Montana||West Yellowstone, Montana||Cooke City, Montana|
|Livingston, Montana||Cody, Wyoming||Jackson Hole, Wyoming||Yellowstone National Park|
|The Great Outdoors Net||Great Outdoor Recreational Places|
|Gardiner, Montana||West Yellowstone, Montana|