GRANITE PEAK PUBLICATIONS: Accompanying travelers to the national park since 2002

Dog-eared pages

Reading, Pennsylvania, 2009

Just returned from my first real trip to Yellowstone (my first was a one-day trip almost 40 years ago) and Janet’s book [Yellowstone Treasures] was my bible for this trip. It was either in the backpack or on the dashboard ALL the time. It now has many dog-eared pages. Great information, locations were dead on. Just wish that there were a few interspersed blank pages (perhaps at the end of each section) to write a few notes about what we saw, our thoughts, etc.

Rick Wells