As a music student, I learned very early that teachers’ (and others’) criticisms were always meant to be constructive and helped to improve my playing or comprehension. Becoming angry or morose or coming up with objections were always counterproductive reactions.
This is a lesson that carries over into all endeavors in life, so my editor Beth and I have been inspired to turn around recent criticism of Yellowstone Treasures. We’ve taken a critical look at the book in order to tell potential readers just how it can be used for planning and visiting the park. Take a look at a new nugget of information. We hope it will make very clear how this guidebook is intended to be used—and it also showcases pictures my husband and I have taken in Yellowstone on recent trips.