"Montana Hoopie Under the Stars"
This precious old 1929 Buick sits forlorned under the stars on a summer night in a farmers field somewhere in Western Montana.
“Firery Skies in the Tetons”
Fall in Grand Teton National Park is characterized by ever changing weather.  Clouds roll in, snow can fall, and the sunsets can be spectacular.  During a recent visit to Grand Teton National Park we were treated to this spectacular scene.
"The other Moulton Barn”
Mormon homesteaders began to arrive in the 1890s from Idaho, creating a community called "Gros Ventre", with a total of 27 homesteads. The Mormon settlers tended to create clustered communities, in contrast to the isolated homesteads more typical of Jackson Hole. 
"Moulton Barn ”
Mormon homesteaders began to arrive in the 1890s from Idaho, creating a community called "Gros Ventre", with a total of 27 homesteads. The Mormon settlers tended to create clustered communities, in contrast to the isolated homesteads more typical of Jackson Hole. This barn was built and owned by settler and homesteader T.A. Moulton.
"Moulton Barn (3)”
Mormon homesteaders began to arrive in the 1890s from Idaho, creating a community called "Gros Ventre", with a total of 27 homesteads. The Mormon settlers tended to create clustered communities, in contrast to the isolated homesteads more typical of Jackson Hole. This barn was built and owned by settler and homesteader T.A. Moulton.
"Rays of Hope in the Tetons"
As the sun sets over Grand Teton National Park, the sun's rays reflects off of the clouds shrouding this glorious mountain range.  This scene evokes a spiritual experience giving one the assurance that hope springs eternal.
"For the Benefit and Enjoyment of the People"
The Roosevelt Gate stands as one of the first symbols of Yellowstone National Park, which is the world's first National Park, established in 1872.  It is located at the park's north gate just outside of the town of Gardiner, Montana.
"Gibbon Falls Yellowstone National Park"
"Lower Falls, Yellowstone River, Yellowstone National Park"
"J.P. Cunningham's view of the Tetons"
The Cunningham Cabin stands as one of the valley’s few remaining structures from the homesteading era when settlers filed nearly 400 claims in Jackson Hole. In the 1880s, John and Margaret Cunningham staked a claim for the Bar Flying U Ranch. Cunningham built his cabin in 1888 in the Appalachian style, commonly called “double-pen” or “dog-trot.” John lived in the cabin until 1895 when he finished his main residence, and it later became a smithy and barn.
"Tower Falls"
Tower Fall is a waterfall on Tower Creek in the northeastern region of Yellowstone National Park, in the U.S. state of Wyoming. Approximately 1,000 yards (910 m) upstream from the creek's confluence with the Yellowstone River, the fall plunges 132 feet (40 m). Its name comes from the rock pinnacles at the top of the fall. Tower Creek and Tower Falls are located approximately three miles south of Roosevelt Junction on the Tower-Canyon road.

"The Old Ranch at Tom Miner Basin"
Tom Miner Basin is located some 20 miles north of Gardiner, Montana, and is noted for its beauty and its abundance of Grizzly Bears.  There are several gorgeous ranches there and the landscapes are magnificent. 
"Sunrise at Schwabacher Landing”
Schwbacher Landing is the most serene place in the Tetons. Nestled along the snake river where beavers have done their magic to create pools for their habitat, this area also serves as habitat for many other species including moose and bear.  I thought it worthwhile to watch the sun come up here.  Leona and I were not disappointed.
Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces
As one early visitor described the Mammoth Hot Springs terraces, "No human architect ever designed such intricate fountains as these. The water trickles over the edges from one to another, blending them together with the effect of a frozen waterfall." The hot springs were an early commercialized attraction for those seeking relief from ailments in the mineral waters.
Ground Squirrel on a Fence Post
During our visit to the Cunningham Ranch in Grand Teton National Park, I encountered this little ground squirrel enjoying the fall sunshine while having a little snack.
"The Abyss Pool - Yellowstone National Park, WY"
"The Swan Valley School, Swan Valley, Idaho
"Grand Prismatic Spring - Yellowstone National Park"
"Devil's Tower, Wyoming"
A few years ago I had the opportunity to visit Devils Tower.  I was only there a short period of time, but look forward to returning to get the really great image.
"Wyoming Prairie Dog"
Just outside of Devil's Tower was this little prairie dog town.  I stopped and watched the little guys for a period of time.  Well they watched me too.  This little guy stood guard ready to sound the alarm of danger for the rest of his clan if I made just one wrong move.  Turns out, we got along just fine.  I didn't make any wrong moves and he didn't sound the alarm.

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