Geocaching along the way, of course. Saw this neat old root.
Back in W. Yellowstone, Bob wanted to go to the museum. As "residents" (we are staying here in our motorhome) the docent let us in free. The building used to be the depot back in the early 1900's. Trains were for lumbering back in those days. Then the tourist industry began for the park. Up to 600 tourists a day came from June to September. We were invited to tour the building next door. It was the dining hall.
There were two areas. A smaller one with this lovely fireplace.
This picture will give you some prespective of it's size.