'I think viewers will come away from this series with a deeper appreciation for the beauty and history of America," Hornacek told Fox News.
"Before this show, I was already a huge advocate for being a tourist in America, because there are so many incredible places to go," she continued. "But when you actually go to these places are hear the stories of the geology and the history of how they came to be, it really enriches the experience -- and that's what I wanted to share."
"Yellowstone stretches across three states," narrated Hornacek in her episode on Yellowstone National Park. "But we began our journey in Montana... Gardiner is a small and beautiful rural town, populated with just over 870 people. It was officially founded in 1880 and became the main entrance to Yellowstone National Park when President Ulysses S. Grant signed the act of dedication law."
Her next stop in the flagship national park was Mammoth Hot Springs in Wyoming.
"As you can see behind me," said Hornacek pointing to the green and yellow rock formations of the springs, "These colors are unbelievable. It's actually caused by the warm water coming down from the spring feeding the organisms. That's how you get that tapestry of color."
Zambella took Hornacek on a mountain bike tour and explained the geology of the area. Unfortunately, Hornacek's day was not all fun and game.
"Yeah, I wiped out," she told Fox News.
Not to worry though, Hornacek was uninjured and aware enough to make sure her Fox Nation producers got the spill on camera.
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