Grand Tetons and Yellowstone

Jessica and I today had lunch in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and visited the Grand Teton National Park and next door Yellowstone National Park. We crossed the Continental Divide twice today (four times so far this trip). This is where America’s east-flowing and west-flowing waters are separated. Despite the crowd of tourists, the snowy Grand Tetons are majestic and elegant. We saw the Old Faithful geyser erupt and toured some of Yellowstone’s other geothermal features. We even saw some huge buffalo browsing near the road. Red, orange, pink, white, yellow, blue, and purple wildflowers are everywhere.














Images Copyright 2019 by Katy Dickinson

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