We head further east, stopping in Idaho Falls for lunch, and then on to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, before turning north again for Grand Teton National Park.
|Overlooking Jackson Hole from the top of a pass in the Caribou-Targhee National Forest. We are in Wyoming again.||The arch of elk antlers - a ubiquitous image in the town of Jackson.|
|Off to one side of the town is a wetlands area that stretches for many miles.||Heading up toward big mountains again - the Grand Teton range. Once again, we are back in the Rocky Mountains, crossing and recrossing the Continental Divide.|
|West Thumb geyser basin, on the south end of the park, adjacent to Yellowstone Lake.||This is a nice area with lots of hot springs and geysers. It is surrounded by a boardwalk to protect the area, and there is a shorter and a longer loop for walkers.|
|Statue of a frontiersman, staring off into the distance. Storm clouds are gathering, but we didn't get much rain.||View of a raging creek in a rest area barely in Montana. This is somewhere in the Gallatin National Forest on US highway 89, heading north from Yellowstone.|
|A view showing more of the creek and the look out leading down to the water.||The Absaroka Range, with 10,921 foot tall Emigrant Peak.|
Grand Tetons National Park
Most southern geyser basin in Yellowstone.
Old Faithful getting ready to do its thing. Then my camera battery died :(
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