Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon and Yellowstone National Park Superintendent Cam Sholly on Wednesday praised efforts to reopen the park less than two weeks after destructive flooding washed out roads, destroyed homes and bridges, and stranded entire communities.
Gordon and Sholly visited with Q2's Dianne Parker during Montana This Morning even as park visitors lined up in Cody on early Wednesday for the reopening of the park's southern loop.
Watch Gordon's interview here:
Watch Sholly's interview here: