WYOMING: Grand Tetons National Park

June 15th ~ Grand Tetons National Park ~

Joanne, Tim, Shirley at Jenny Lake

We simply drove around Grand Tetons National Park and into Jackson Hole today. Here is a sampling of my photos from our excursion.

We had actually entered the park late in the evening, so did not capture Shirley touching her toes on the way in – but – when we departed a couple days later we tried to find the sign and somehow missed it. Soooo, I selected the Rockefeller sign which is on the entrance road between Grand Tetons and Yellowstone (our next stop).

We missed the sign for Grand Tetons, but this is close…

Mormon Row

Jackson Hole, Wy

Elk horns form arch at Jackson Hole central park

Diva indeed!

Tim and Joanne

Bright yellow wild flowers were everywhere

GRATITUDE MOMENT: Today I am grateful that we can have a wonderful time, simply driving from one spot to another, gaze upon spectacular settings, and know that all is right with our world.

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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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8 Responses to WYOMING: Grand Tetons National Park

  1. Mike Alesko says:

    Spectacular scenery there! If I were you Joanne, I would deliberately avoid the news on your trips, whether you have Internet or not. I wish I had the willpower to do that…

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  2. sheilsm says:

    Just love the photos of you in front of the lake and the mountains! It captures your spirit!

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  3. Brooke Reed says:

    Did you get a chance to try some of the fresh baked Granola or beads in Jackson Hole? They’re delicious! I went with my family to Jackson Hole and the Teton national Park several years ago. To this day, that’s still one of my favorite trips. It’s so beautiful out there ❤

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  4. joliesattic says:

    I love that picture of you and Tim. It is definitely frame worthy. I love that part of the world.

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