Christmas Week in Photos: The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

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Christmas Week in Photos: The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

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Christmas Week in Photos: The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
Hey all! Welcome to Christmas Day. This week, instead of talking about personal finance, I'm giving you people one of my very favorite photos each day from our travels this year.

Here is the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, a stunning geologic feat that's absolutely breathtaking to visit and even better to photograph.

From the National Parks Service website:

The Yellowstone River is the force that created the canyon and the falls. It begins on the slopes of Yount Peak, south of the park, and travels more than 600 miles to its terminus in North Dakota where it empties into the Missouri River. It is the longest undammed river in the continental United States.

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Steve Adcock
Steves a 38-year-old early retiree who writes about the intersection of happiness and financial independence.

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