August 17, 2010

Grand Teton National Park & Jackson, Wyoming

Our destination today was Grand Teton National Park and Jackson, Wyoming.

We drove through Yellowstone heading south through the park. On the way, we captured the steam coming off the geysers on a cool morning.

About 11 miles from the south entrance to Yellowstone, one will find Lewis Falls.
Grand Teton National Park is about 20 miles south of Yellowstone.
Enjoy some views of the Grand Tetons.

This is not a Grand Teton. It is a moose.
This is an arch made of antlers in the town park of Jackson.
This is a fence made with logs and skis.
On our way back, we took Teton Pass which travels through Driggs, Idaho. Driggs' Spud Drive-In Theatre was featured as one of the top 50 American roadside attractions by Time Magazine. Read about the drive-in here .
A bison in a precarious spot...
For more pictures, click here .

To be continued...

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