Tuesday morning’s sunrise was stunning but the clouds seemed to warn that a storm was headed our way. Sure enough, Wednesday’s storm brought snow with white out conditions and road closures to Yellowstone National Park and although the park hadn’t officially closed as I am writing this late Wednesday afternoon, three of the four roads we traveled on in the park yesterday were closed. We did not venture into the park Wednesday. That gave me a chance to watch a small band of Mule Deer graze on the shrubs behind a cyclone fence a few feet away from the entrance to my ground floor hotel room in Gardiner. Undeterred by the snow, they munched on the weeds and grasses beyond the fence while I photographed them through the open door.