I Spy With My Little Eye: Volume 1

On Monday we tried something that we at 59in59 had never done before, a live webcam appearance in a National Park. 

Yellowstone National Park has a webcam trained on the Upper Geyser Basin, mainly Old Faithful. We arrived early in our Tipsy Elves American Flag onesies and took requests from friends in family. Between jumping jacks, sun salutations, headstands and lounging in the sun we did our best to bring our National Park adventure to you our readers. 

We had some friends send us screenshots of the moment and other friends post on social media, thank you for helping to capture it for us.

Thanks to everyone for tuning in, I've heard of Virginia, North Dakota, Rhode Island, Missouri, Alaska, Colorado, Sweden, Montana, Pennsylvania, Minnesota. Here are the photos and stay tuned for our next foray into bringing the parks to you, live! 

 Woody is a friend from UVA development and caught the headstand! 

Woody is a friend from UVA development and caught the headstand! 

 Catie is another Charlottesville friend who works at UVA and caught the hard to see wolf towel. 

Catie is another Charlottesville friend who works at UVA and caught the hard to see wolf towel. 

 Ory, goalie and captain of the University wide Championship Inner-tube water polo team tuned in from medical school! 

Ory, goalie and captain of the University wide Championship Inner-tube water polo team tuned in from medical school! 

 Scott also tuned in from medical school captured this photo that he named, American heroes, while we appreciate it, we are just two homeless, jobless dudes visiting the countries most beautiful places

Scott also tuned in from medical school captured this photo that he named, American heroes, while we appreciate it, we are just two homeless, jobless dudes visiting the countries most beautiful places

 Peter another member of the Sea Wolves tuned in from Denver #selfie

Peter another member of the Sea Wolves tuned in from Denver #selfie

 My old Health System Developmwnt Office tuned in from their staff meeting showing that you can both do work and enjoy the National Parks at the same time! 

My old Health System Developmwnt Office tuned in from their staff meeting showing that you can both do work and enjoy the National Parks at the same time!