Yellowstone Creek in Utah is not to be confused with the river that runs through Yellowstone National Park, but it is beautiful in its own right.At the trailhead, we found a couple of new signs.
This one for the Boreal Toad is appearing at all the trailheads this year. I guess these toads must be becoming rare. We've never seen one.
And Swift Creek trail is closed all summer due to work on returning several dammed (damned) reservoirs in the High Uinta Wilderness Area to their natural lake level.
Good thing we weren't planning to travel that way. We did cross Swift Creek, which was running strong on its way to join the Yellowstone:
We saw lots of wildflowers on this hike. I'll post about them soon.