Motorcycle Wanderings, General Travel, and a Weird Mix of Other Stuff

Wyoming and Montana

We made it to Grand Teton safely on Sunday. This whole vacation has been fantastic, but our time at Grand Teton was some of the most relaxing ever. Not because we just sat around, but because we took our time doing what we wanted, when we wanted, and didn’t have to be anywhere at any certain time.

Entering Grand Teton National Park

We left the alien landscape of the desert behind and were treated with some more amazing mountain scenery.

Sunrise at Oxbow Bend

Grand Teton National Park is like no other place on Earth. Annelies described it as “very Zen.” I thought that was pretty appropriate.

Colter Bay Trail Hike

The above image and the two that follow were shot during one of our hikes.

Colter Bay Trail Hike

Jackson Lake

The next image was taken yesterday before we left GTNP. This is the quaint little two-bedroom cabin we shared. It was at Colter Bay Village in GTNP.

Group Shot at Cabin

And now we are at Yellowstone. We are staying outside of the park in West Yellowstone, Montana. This is our last full day here. So I need to sign off and get moving.

We’ll be homeward bound tomorrow.

4 Comments

  1. September 15, 2011    

    You must just be in visual stimulation overload. These are such stunning views! Wow.

  2. September 15, 2011    

    Yeah, it’s been great, but we’re burned out on beautiful scenery. I didn’t think that was possible. But two weeks straight of one amazing sight after another will do that. And I’ve only posted a few highlight pictures. 🙂

  3. September 15, 2011    

    Oh, boo hoo! You’ve seen too much beauty! Of all the things to cry about, that’s the least worthy! (Just teasing…)

  4. September 15, 2011    

    Yes, I know that’s a lame complaint. But we’ll be driving from West Yellowstone, Montana to Denver (about 12 hours), so I’m sure we’ll come across some ugly stuff for a change. 🙂

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