Mamma bear at Yellowstone Bear World Lower Geyser Basin
Old Faithful Inn Old faithful inn Amphitheater at Bridge Bay Campground
No trip to Yellowstone is complete without spotting a bison Sun kissed wild flowers of the campground Waiting for a click Tent camping on a riverside on a Saturday evening amidst of RVs, it was my husband who brought up the idea of renting an RV and driving to a far away place in summer....
I used to go to Chicago only for conferences or other job-related reasons. Then during one of those conventions, I decided to stick around and actually see the city. It was summer and so I rented a bicycle and off I went. That’s when I gained a real appreciation for Chicago. Lots of outdoor activities, the lakefront beaches, the thriving neighborhoods; a bustling center, great restaurants! Once, I even decided to spend a winter in Chicago for the sheer experience. The Windy City lived up to its reputation, with temperatures dropping to below freezing and lots of snow falling and I loved it. Bundle up in winter and you should be fine. There are enough cafes to keep you warm. Take a trip to the top of what until recently was the tallest building in the United States – the Willis Tower – for spectacular views.