Bear Lake, Utah, A Corner of Idaho and on to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

June 25th ~ Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Paris Tabernacle ~ Paris, Idaho

A beautiful day to drive this gorgeous land. Weather in the high 70’s, an occasional puffy cloud, brilliant sunshine, and photo shopped scenery to put huge smiles on our faces. 

Here’s a tiny peek into our day:

This church has seen better days

Salt River Pass

Afton, Wyoming – World’s largest Elkhorn Arch

Rafting down the Snake River

Grand Teton Mountains and wild flowers

Overnight: Gros Ventre Campground, Jackson, Wyoming

GRATITUDE MOMENT: Today I am grateful that Tim had solar panels installed on our RV. We are in a beautiful campground, surrounded by trees and nature, but no electricity or water hookups. Not to worry, we are well set up to be able to dry camp for several days without any inconveniences!

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About Tim and Joanne Joseph

Hi and welcome! We are Tim and Joanne Joseph and we have just embarked on our "next chapter". At a stage in life where traveling the world, taking pictures, and sharing our adventures with friends and family will be our dream come true.
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28 Responses to Bear Lake, Utah, A Corner of Idaho and on to Jackson Hole, Wyoming

  1. joliesattic says:

    Somewhere in that region is a little town called Hole in the Wall where Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid, as well as other renowned outlaws would regularly hold up. Perhaps you’ll run across it. What’s neat about that region is that you can still find places where the ruts of the covered wagons are still evident. I couldn’t believe it. Lots of history out that way.

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  2. Your post is getting me excited about an upcoming trip (in 2 weeks) to Jackson Hole area and National Parks. The photo of wild flowers and Grand Teton range is particularly nice.

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  3. Love your Teton photo! I also enjoyed the photos of the places you saw on the way to your destination.

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  4. Jim & Jane says:

    Good to see you have solar ! We haven’t hooked up to power for 2 months now. But that’s in the North with no need for air conditioning. I bet you are enjoying the moderate temperatures in the Tetons.

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  5. joylennick says:

    I’m still enjoying travelling with you two…Brings all the early cowboy films I saw in my teens to mind. More for the rocking chair days…

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  6. Somewhere, I have a photo of that church, Joanne. I may have even posted it. The Grand Tetons are indeed grand! 🙂 –Curt

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  7. Kim Gorman says:

    Looks beautiful! What an adventure you’re on.

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  8. tippysmom2 says:

    Beautiful country. Your photos are fantastic. Did you go white water rafting, or just observe? I love old buildings, so the picture of the old, worn out church, appeals to me. I like to imagine the stories they could tell if the walls could talk.

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  10. curvyroads says:

    Oh what a wonderful post with beautiful pictures and reports of delightful temperatures! Brings back great memories of a years ago visit!

    Maybe I missed it in previous posts, but I didn’t realize you had installed solar. Does it run everything but your AC/heat? Gives you great flexibility in nice weather!

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