Yellowstone 1915. Marguerite Hutchins (Beckington) on the far right.
June 19, Saturday
Ruth & I work together. Made 32 beds and cleaned up 8 tents. 75 dudes to-night.
June 20, Sunday
Ruth and I worked all morning. Had 136 dudes to-night. Sang sacred songs and wrote letters in evening.
June 21, Monday
Made 49 beds. This p.m. Mary, Vera, Elma and I went along lake to hotel. Took 3 pictures. Came back way of Sunset Hill.
June 26, Saturday
Have had an average of a hundred dudes every night and have been settling bungalows. Last two days have been very cold. Mrs. Rhodes came to-night and we were so glad to see her. Elma, Helen, Ethel S., Jam, and I washed yesterday. (p.m.) saw the most beautiful sunset Wednesday evening. Mountains were pink, lake blue. Farther down, the mountains blue & lake pink. Beautiful rainbow in the sky!
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Here is my grandmother, far right, and her friends cleaning the tents (bungalows), it looks to me. All with beautiful smiles on their faces.
I could not find a specific "Sunset Hill" featured in Yellowstone today, so I am guessing it is just one of many that people walk to and enjoy the sunset. HERE is a beautiful photo of buffalo in a field during a sunset taken by professional photographer Ron Niebrugge - his photo blog in general (HERE) is quite stunning! Another beautiful set of photos from "Ron" is HERE. of a waterfall and a view from an observation point overlooking a beautiful view of Yellowstone.