This is the latest layout to add to our memory album.
This layout is a two-pager, meaning it would print out 2 pages at 12 x 12 inches.
Journalling reads: When we began to plan our summer vacation for 2000, we pored over maps trying to decide where would be the most interesting places to explore. As soon as my eye hit the name 'Thermopolis' I was hooked. To me, any town with a name that sounds like it was invented by Dr. Seuss got my vote! Further, it boasted the Largest Mineral Hotsprings. This exciting place is home to several hotsprings and everyone is welcome to use the state bathhouse for free. The story goes that the hotsprings were once owned by the indians, and they deeded them back to the state with a promise that the public always be invited to enjoy at no cost. Besides the state bathhouse there are several commercial ones. There is a giant stalagmite that has been artificially grown over a hundred years, and colorful algae beds to dazzle the eye. The town has beautifully groomed parks and flowers as well. We have returned to Thermpolois and will do so again in the future.