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Giving Thanks for Family & Friends

“Let us be grateful to people who make us happy;
they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.”
—Marcel Proust

When people talk about the highlights of their Yellowstone experience, the conversation almost always includes the people that were part of the experience. It is often, but not always, family. You may have witnessed Old Faithful Geyser erupt with a son or daughter, heard your first wolf howl with a close friend, explored with a grandparent who recounted the stories of earlier days, or perhaps shared the day’s photos with a someone you’ve just met on a sofa at Lake Hotel. Sure, Yellowstone is known for its wildlife and geysers, but special people, friends and family, are almost always a part of it. For those who have visited many times, or perhaps worked here, Yellowstone itself is probably considered an old friend as well. Thanks, old friend!

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