Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Yellowstone Entrance

There are several gateways to Yellowstone National Park.  Here are a few featured in vintage postcards.

Northern Entrance
near Gardiner, Montana
site of the Roosevelt Arch

Northeastern Entrance
near Cooke City, Montana

Western Entrance
nearest to Cody, Wyoming

Another view of Western Entrance
Note slight changes in design
compared to card above

Cooke Entrance
near Cooke City, Montana
Republic Mountain in background

Eastern Entrance
Thank you for stopping by John's Island.

Weather Update

Yesterday (July 8, 2014) was warm. Maximum temperature at SEATAC was 86F. The record for yesterday’s date is 95, recorded just a few years ago in 2010. Today is expected to be just a bit cooler, with a high of 80F. So far, there has been no precipitation in July. However, for the year, since January 1, we are above normal. 

View of downtown this morning ... note the towers on the left reflecting dawn's early light from the eastern horizon.

1 comment:

  1. Nice! It was very humid yesterday, too, didn't you think? Here it got to 78, closer to B.C. :-)


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