Grand Teton Wildlife

July 28th, 2013|Wyoming|

Doesn't this make you want to break into a chorusof "Home on the Range"?  We did!In Jackson Lake Lodge meadow, a moose cow and her calf having a leisurely breakfast.Our bear cub spot - quick!  Get the [...]

Jackson Hole and the Grand Tetons

July 27th, 2013|Wyoming|

Under one of the four famous Jackson Hole arches. The local Rotary Club maintains the arches, each of whichhas about 2,000 lbs. of antlers, which elk shednaturally each year.  Kudos to the local Boy Scoutsfor collecting the [...]

Yellowstone’s True Colors

July 25th, 2013|Wyoming|

The aptly named "Beauty Pool"This butterfly was a little too curious.Different bacterial thermophiles living in thepools create the vivid colors.Emerald Spring looks inviting, but the wateris about 181 degrees.  Superheated water coolsas it reaches the [...]

Mammoth Hot Springs and Old Faithful

July 24th, 2013|Wyoming|

Mammoth Hot Springs, next to Yellowstone, is hot water sculpture in overdrive, forming travertineterraces steaming with sulphur scented springs.Boardwalks are used, not only to protect naturalresources, but to prevent people from scaldingwater and slippery surfaces.We're not professional bird [...]

Tending bar in Ten Sleep

July 1st, 2013|Wyoming|

Red Reflet is a working ranch, so when there wasa big wedding onsite, Mike and I jumped in andtended bar for 6 hours!  We're complete rookies,but the wedding guests helped us tell the differencebetween the [...]

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