Under one of the four famous Jackson Hole arches.
 The local Rotary Club maintains the arches, each of which
has about 2,000 lbs. of antlers, which elk shed
naturally each year.  Kudos to the local Boy Scouts
for collecting the antlers!
Bear spotting at dusk, also a popular time to
spot mosquitoes – we found plenty of those!
Scenic cruise on Jenny Lake
View from Jackson Lake Dam.  In the center is
Mount Moran, with the Skillet Glacier (see the
handle sticking up?)  The pointy mountain on the
left side is the Grand Teton, the tallest at 13,775 ft.
The town of Jackson Hole is at 6,300 ft. –
more than mile high.
Part of Hidden Falls, near Jenny Lake.
We’d say where, but.. well, it’s hidden.


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