Linda Hunt intensely curious fox only a tiny glimpse at lodge
I watch so many foreign films and art films that it's sometimes very nice to watch something that required no thinking at all--something you can just kick back to and relax. That's why I found it nice to watch this installment of "Nature"--"Christmas in Yellowstone".
As you'd expect, most of this film is devoted to watching the various animals as they spend the winter in Yellowstone National Park. In particular, you get to see wolves, foxes, coyotes, otters, bison and geese. You also get to see a mother bear sleeping. None of this came as a huge surprise, but it was filmed very nicely and it was lovely to see these animals in the snow. Additionally, you get to meet a guy who loves the park and even sleeps out in the snow in his down-filled sleeping bag. There also are BRIEF shots of the lodge and ends showing the way locals in Jackson Hole celebrate with torches...yes, torches.
All in all, a lovely video--relaxing, beautiful and fascinating.
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