The slower pace of the winter season allows one to truly take it all in, even from behind the wheel of a B12 Bomb.  For me, rubber necking and driving go hand in hand as maneuvering the Bomb really isn’t as hard as some think.  I love the winter and the solitude it provides in a place often considered over-run with visitors.  Winter in Yellowstone is not busy, which is a good thing but also slightly elitist in the fact that YNP’s Interior is not a cheap place to visit in the Winter.

On Monday, I start a seven day run with photographers.  We will be staying at the Snow Lodge each night, up before dawn and out till dark.  As one of my favorite British YNP photographers says, “lets trundle along and see what we see”.