Bearly made it through the Grand Tetons

The Grand Tetons National Park is small when compared to the other parks we visited, but it was tall on beauty.

The mountain range towered over the grasslands, meadows, river, and forested areas below.

The mountains guarded the horses grazing in the fields and provided a gorgeous backdrop to the colorful wildflowers.

This view was entertaining to me as the snow at the top of the mountain looked just like the surrounding sky and it appeared to be a hole through the mountain. (You’re welcome. Now it’s impossible not to think of it that way. Some things cannot be unseen.)

But, the highlight of the Grand Tetons for us was seeing that bear that all the signs had been warning about for miles! Our animal viewing wish list was complete, but the best was yet to come!

Published by retiredgirlbeautifulworld

Admirer of beauty. Seeker of fun. Lover of outdoors. Driver of convertibles. Educator. Writer. Editor. Photographer. Runner. Yogi. Hiker. Paddler. Dancer. Adventurer. Observer.

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