Just a teaser for what I can provide. These pictures were taken with my phone so the quality isn't as high as a professional camera.
This was taken in Yellowstone in October. It was about the last day the road from the east entrance was open. We had to wait about an hour for them to open the road.
This picture was taken across the street from our church looking down on the west end of Cody. Every time I go to church I can't help but thank God for his wonderful creation.
This is a picture from along the Chief Joseph highway. It connects from Cody to Cooke City, MT which is where the Northeast Entrance to Yellowstone is.
This is an example of an RV in Wyoming! Yes, some guy took an old bus and covered in logs. We all got a good laugh out of that one. This kind of goes along with a favorite sport my family has started. We see who can be the quickest to spot the rental RV's and the cowboy hats!
A wonderful day trip is to drive from Cody to Yellowstone through the east entrance. The 50 miles to the Entrance is incredible. You first come across Yellowstone lake and then you can turn right to see the Canyon area. You will cross the plains and then exit out the Northeast entrance and travel the Chief Joseph Highway back into Cody. I can't think of too many drives that are better. I know there are many that are pretty close, but this one is good.