Melania Trump's planned tour of Yellowstone's Upper and Midway Geyser basins on Friday was called off due to a storm that threatened to slick down roads and boardwalks.
The First Lady of the United States had been planning to see old Faithful and then Grand Prismatic, but White House officials called off the trip. Instead, the Slovenia-born wife of the 45th U.S. president swung by the Snake River overlook for a photo opp, then drove the Antelope Flat-Kelly loop before stopping by Grand Teton National Park's southern entrance sign for another snap.
Her 16-vehicle convoy then went straight to Jackson Hole Airport, and that was a wrap for the second day of Trump's first-ever Jackson Hole trip in her official FLOTUS capacities.
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