|Above, the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
There's one thing about Yellowstone National Park, it is a place that never gets boring and it has so many features that it begs for return visits.
I visited Yellowstone two years ago and I may do so again this summer while I am in the general area for the August 21 solar eclipse. The eclipse can be best seen in neighboring Grand Teton National Park.
History.com has posted an article listing ten things you may not know about Yellowstone National Park.
They begin with:
On March 1, 1872, President Ulysses S. Grant signed a bill establishing Yellowstone National Park. Spanning across parts of Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, the site has since become famous the world over for its breathtaking natural scenery and geothermal marvels such as the geyser “Old Faithful.” Below, explore 10 surprising facts about America’s first national park.To find out what they are, go here.