The picture above is what's known as a 'dot' bear.  As in...that dot in the middle of the picture is a bear.
We learned a few things from Betty and Jim while we were in Yellowstone, it was great to see them.
1. The dot bear information from above.
2. Record attendance for June, July and probably August of this year.
3.  Go early to the sites, the hordes appear around 11:00.
4.  52% of the visitors this year are from overseas.

While we were watching Old Faithfull, a geyser behind it went off.  It was Beehive geyser and is unpredictable about when it goes off so that was pretty cool.

This was in Jackson, WY.  It's elk antlers.  The city park also has antler arches at all its entrances.