Huge elk antler arches mark the center of
Jackson, WY – known as Jackson “Hole” because
of the valley it sits in.  Grand Teton National
Park nearby ensures a steady flow of tourists –
including Franko, Tom, Chet, Charlie, David
Mike and Aron.
Hiking through the Tetons – ever
resourceful Aron mended blisters
for several people with Superglue.
Jenny Lake is right in the center of Grand Teton
National Park, just like a jewel.
A quick jaunt to Lake Tahoe found the guys
hiking again, to a hot springs near the waterfall.
At the top of Grand Teton ski resort – after the
gondola ride up, came the 17 mile hike down.
Are we there yet?  Still smiling :)  Tom is not
in this photo, because he ran up and down the
trail to get a little marathon training in – turning
a 17 mile hike into at least 22 miles.
It’s a rough and rocky road if you don’t
stop and smell the roses along the way.
Oxbow Bend, with metamorphic Mt. Moran
in the distance.


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